Workplace Giving – also know as payroll giving – is an easy and effective way for you to donate to Ambulance Wish Western Australia through automated payroll deductions and reduce your taxable income. Employees can contribute a small amount of their pre-tax salary to Ambulance Wish Western Australia via their payroll department and immediately receive the tax benefit. In simple terms, if you donate $20, it will (depending on your tax bracket) only cost you $12.60 but Ambulance Wish Western Australia will receive the full $20.
If your employer chooses to match staff donations, the value of the donation will double, with the charity receiving $40. The most successful way to increase donations is for workplaces to match donations. Businesses can enhance the impact of their workplace giving program by incorporating volunteering, skill-sharing and in-kind support.
By joining a Workplace Giving program and pledging to make a regular pretax donation from your pay, you are helping fulfil final wishes for terminally ill patients. Ambulance Wish Western Australia is run entirely on charitable donations and are managed by volunteers. All donations go to running Ambulance Wish Western Australia and fulfilling last wishes.
- Ambulance Wish Workplace Giving is easy. Make a tax-deductible donation from your pay each week and see the results really build.
- Reduce your taxable income;
- Learn more about the work of Ambulance Wish Western Australia and your part in making a difference;
The workplace giving program does not affect the way your gross income, super guarantee payments or fringe benefits are worked out.
At the end of the financial year, your employer will include the total amount you donated to charities in your payment summary, letter or email. You report donations made under a workplace giving arrangement and donations made directly by you to charities in the same way on your tax return.
Feel free to download our Poster to help bring our Workplace Giving program to life with your team.
For companies, Workplace Giving is a good way to demonstrate a strategic commitment to corporate community investment.
Workplace Giving provides employees an opportunity to connect with the values of the company they work for and an avenue to make a positive difference in society and the environment.
Ambulance Wish Western Australia Workplace Giving brings together your colleagues and staff to achieve a shared social goal.
- Enjoy better engaged, strong, motivated teams;
- Become an employer of choice; and
- Upskill your workforce through corporate volunteering opportunities.
How to start Workplace Giving
By joining a Workplace Giving program and pledging to make a regular pre-tax donation from your pay, you are helping fulfil final wishes for terminally ill patients. Ambulance Wish Western Australia is run entirely on charitable donations and are managed by volunteers. All donations go to running Ambulance Wish Western Australia and fulfilling last wishes.
During a patient’s final weeks or days, it is possible to bring them joy and comfort through visiting a familiar place that reignites precious memories. It is also possible to fulfil something special on their bucket list that can give them a sense of achievement and excitement. Finally, it is possible to gather a family and friends to create one last memory, one last celebration of their loved one.
All Australian payroll systems can facilitate Workplace Giving donations, so starting should be as simple as nominating Ambulance Wish Western Australia as your charity of choice to your payroll department. They may also have a Workplace Giving form for you to complete and return to them. If not, please use our form.
Ambulance Wish Western Australia is completely dependent on corporate partnerships, donations and community fundraising to ensure its outcomes are achieved.