Welcome to Gumala


Welcome to The Gumala Trust (“GIPL”) website.

GIPL has a vital role as the Trustee of the General Gumala Foundation (the “Foundation”), and as such, has legal responsibilities to appropriately manage and supervise the monies received and distributed on behalf of the Foundation under the terms of its Trust Deed.

Since 1997, GIPL has been acting as a ‘safe pair of hands’ to ensure the best interest of our Beneficiaries, the Traditional Owners of the Yinhawangka, Bunjima and Nyiyaparli people, are being met both now and in the future.


GIPL AGM Save the Date

This year’s General Gumala Foundation Trust (GIPL) AGM and Consultation Meeting will be held in Perth on Sunday 29 September. A consultation fee, along with travel and accommodation allowances, will be paid to attendees. More information regarding the venue and allowances will be made available in August.

Charity Fact Sheet on Gumala Foundation

Is the Gumala Foundation a registered charity?
Yes. The Gumala Foundation is recognised as a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI), often referred to as a not-for-profit (NFP) organisation. A PBI is a charity whose main purpose is to relieve poverty, sickness, suffering or disability.

What are the benefits of being a charity?
These are more questions about the Gumala Foundation are answered on the following Charity Fact Sheet here.