Workplace Giving                 

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Workplace Giving allows you to help fund crucial research into brain disease, disorders and injury by making a regular, tax-deductible donation to the Brain Foundation through your employer’s payroll system.

Why participate in Workplace Giving?

It is an easy way to donate – You don’t need to collect and present receipts to claim at the end of the year for a tax refund, the donation is taken from your pre-tax salary. You can choose to give as much or as little as you like.

It is cost effective – Donating from your pre-tax income means a lower upfront cost, as the tax benefit applies immediately.

Team building opportunities – Workplace giving brings staff together to support chosen charities. Many employers choose to match staff donations or donate a fixed amount, to increase the impact and boost staff morale.

How to give to the Brain Foundation via your workplace

Existing workplace giving programs:

If your organisation already has a workplace giving program, ask your payroll department to deduct your chosen amount from your pre-tax salary and request that it go to the Brain Foundation. If the Brain Foundation is not currently a nominated charity at your workplace, request that it be added.

Starting a workplace giving program:

If your workplace doesn’t currently have a workplace giving program, contact your Human Resources Manager or Payroll department and ask for one to be established, and for the Brain Foundation to be nominated as a charity partner.

A workplace giving system can be established with our partner, Charities Aid Foundation (www.cafaustralia.org.au).

For further information on Workplace Giving please contact our Fundraising Director on 02 9437 5967 or 1300 886 660.

Also  visit the Australian Tax Office website http://www.ato.gov.au/Business/Bus/Workplace-giving—FAQs/

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