Project Description

Donate through your payroll

Workplace giving involves donating to a selected charity through your payroll. You can select the amount you want to donate (you don’t have to donate every time) and the organization or research grant you would like to contribute to. You can also set up a constant cycle which takes the same amount and gives it to the same people every payroll. There is no need for you to collect, keep and claim receipts at tax time. At the end of each financial year, you will receive a payment summary highlighting all your Workplace Giving. Most workplaces offer matched giving where your company will match however much you donate, doubling your donation.

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  • Support a charity of your choice or an organisation you are passionate about.
  • Workplace Giving allows you to spread your donations over the year rather than making a larger, one-of donation.
  • Receive immediate tax benefit from your pay as donations are made pre-tax with tax deductions
  • Makes charity giving easy.
  • It’s a low cost, simple way to create a community within the workplace.
  • Offers opportunities to create business partnerships and support those in need.
  • Promotes staff engagement, retention, productivity, reputation and social impact.
  • Empowers employees to make a difference.
  • Contact us using our webpage and let us know you want to establish workplace giving.
  • Get our account deposit information
  • Decide if you want a minimum payment amount
  • Find out which of your employees are interested in participating and how much they want to contribute and when
  • Deduct the agreed amount from each employee pay check and forward it to our donations page as a lump sum.
  • Keep a record of each lump sum payment and the individual employee payments.
  • At the end of each financial year, advise employee’s to claim the amount of money they donated.

If you want to find out more about Workplace giving, or want to inform your employer,

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Navzad’s caring and thoughtful nature lasted with him till the end as 10% of all the money he made went towards helping people. In the Children’s hospital ward he would take care of the younger cancer patients, keeping them positive.


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