Giving at Work
Donating regularly through Giving at Work will directly help those affected by blood cancer.
Blood cancers remain the third biggest cause of cancer death in Australia and claim the lives of more Australians than breast cancer and melanoma.
We exist to improve the lives of patients with all types of blood cancers, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. We’re committed to investing in research projects which improve patient outcomes, and providing free support programs that reduce the emotional impact of a blood cancer diagnosis.
By Giving at Work, you will help to provide information and educational tools for patients, accommodation, emotional support, financial assistance, and help us continue our commitment to one day beating blood cancers through world-class research.
Giving at work also means you are able to make regular donations as a tax effective payroll deduction.
Employees: start Giving at Work
Becoming part of Giving at Work is easy: complete our simple Employee Approval Form and submit it to your HR/Payroll department.
Your company will then deduct your chosen amount each pay cycle and forward it directly to us so your donation can start making a difference straight away. Your employer will advise you in writing at the end of the financial year how much you have donated.
Full details on how to get started are on on our Employee Approval Form.
Employers: join Giving at Work
Offering the Giving at Work program to employees shows a company’s commitment to beating blood cancer in their community. If you’re an employer, the first step is to complete and return our simple Employer Approval Form to email@example.com.
Once we have your form we can create a donor account for your company and supply you with everything you need to make the program a success in your workplace, including how to get your employees involved.
Our Employer Information Kit contains lots more information about Giving at Work, including details on tax, donor notifications, payment summaries and FAQs.
If you have any questions about Giving at Work, contact us on 1800 620 420 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you think your company can help in other ways then visit our Building a partnership with the Leukaemia Foundation page. Or you can make a quick and secure donation online.
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