Contacts

92 Bowery St., NY 10013

thepascal@mail.com

+1 800 123 456 789

Do you have a Workplace Giving program at your office?

Including Deaf Children Australia as one of the causes your staff can support through Workplace Giving is a great way to give Deaf and hard of hearing children the same opportunities as their hearing peers.

Employees can set up donations from their pre-tax salary through your payroll, receiving their tax-deduction immediately instead of waiting to claim it in their tax return.

Employers are recognised by staff for their corporate social responsibility and have the opportunity to engage with their staff about a shared cause. Some employers even choose to match employee donations, and are recognised by staff as doubling the impact of their support.

 

Deaf Children Australia can provide Workplace Giving Partners with guest speakers or employee newsletter content to keep you and your teams abreast of the impact you are having through your workplace giving program.

How do I set up Workplace Giving?

You can make regular donations to Deaf Children Australia through your payroll system. It’s so easy to set up, and every modern payroll system can facilitate Workplace Giving.

Good2Give provides an easy way to donate to DCA through Workplace Giving. The donation can be as small or large as you wish and employees can adjust the amount they donate at any time. Go to Good2Give’s tax calculator to find out the benefits or sign up.

Alternatively, if your payroll team would like to set up Workplace Giving directly with DCA, please feel free to call us on 1800 645 916 or email fundraising@deafchildren.org.au.

How to Donate to DCA through Workplace Giving

If you are an employee who would like to give through your pay, speak to your HR team first.  If your workplace does not currently include DCA in their workplace giving program, they may be happy to add DCA at your request. 

If you require any additional information, please don’t hesitate to call us on 1800 645 916 or email fundraising@deafchildren.org.au.

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