Workplace Giving

Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for you to regularly donate to the Alannah & Madeline Foundation through automated payroll deductions.

By joining a workplace giving program and pledging to make a regular pre-tax donation from your pay, you are helping us protect children from violence and bullying. By simply nominating an amount to your payroll department, donations will be made directly from your pre-tax income to the Foundation each pay.

It doesn’t take much to make a difference. And workplace giving is a surprisingly easy and convenient way to donate a small amount on a regular basis.

How does Workplace Giving help the Foundation?

The Foundation is a national charity keeping children safe from violence. Your pre-tax donation helps us care for children who experience or witness serious violence and run programs which prevent violence in the lives of children.

How do I get started?

Find out if your organisation has an existing workplace giving program.

If they do, nominate the Foundation as a charity partner and ask your employer to complete the form in the factsheet below to advise us.

If they don’t have a program established already, speak to your payroll department about setting one up.

For more information about the Foundation or Workplace Giving, contact Jen Duffy at 03 9697 0618 or jen.duffy@amf.org.au

 Workplace Giving Factsheet

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