Workplace giving is a joint relationship between you and any other interested staff, your employer and Time for Kids as a charity. Individuals contribute a portion of their pre-tax salary to Time for Kids and receive the tax benefit straight away. Employers can also choose to match employee contributions to create an even bigger impact.
Find out more from the ATO on workplace giving programs.
Calculate how much your regular giving to support Time for Kids could be worth as a tax benefit!
How to set up Workplace Giving
You will need to set up payroll donations and then encourage staff to sign up.
Speak to your HR or Payroll team if you are an employee wondering how you can sign up or get your workplace on board.
Ask your Workplace Giving Coordinator or Payroll Office if your company has a Workplace Giving form. If they do, nominate Time for Kids as your preferred charity and select your donation amount per pay cycle.
There are two ways you can set up Workplace Giving at your organisation.
Hosting a workplace fundraising activity or event is a great way to help support and raise awareness for the Time for Kids program.
There are many ways you can conduct a workplace fundraising program! Host a: