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Workplace Giving

Workplace giving is a great way to support GIVIT in connecting generosity with genuine need

Workplace giving can include (but not limited to) payroll giving, volunteering and fundraising.

Workplace giving allows staff to either donate a portion of their pre-tax salary on a regular basis, volunteer their time and fundraise in their workplace. Companies can then choose to match donations and double their impact for people in genuine need. 

FOR BUSINESSES

FOR INDIVIDUALS

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For Businesses

Implementing a workplace giving program is a great way to breathe life into your organisational culture and values.

The benefits

1. Increased employee engagement 

Workplace Giving is a proven tool for increasing staff retention, loyalty, and engagement. It's a great way to show your employees that your business cares about their values and community. 

2. Easy and effective 

Workplace Giving delivers sustained, low-maintenance and cost-effective funding to GIVIT, enabling us to deliver on our mission to positively connect communities. 

3. Brand Reputation 

A Workplace Giving program is a simple and effective way for your business to demonstrate a genuine connection and commitment to the community and may provide a point of differentiation between you and your competitors. 

How to set up workplace giving

For Individuals

Want to make a difference while you work? Workplace Giving is a simple and smart way to support GIVIT and people in genuine need. 

We’ve put together a list of why workplace giving is awesome and why you should consider giving it a crack! 

How to get started

Check in with your HR or payroll team to see if they have an existing Workplace Giving program, then simply nominate GIVIT as your charity of choice and let them know how much you’d like to donate each pay cycle.  

If your workplace does not already have a program set up, you can refer them to this site or ask them to get in touch with us to chat. 

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