We have a bold mission: to provide 500 rooms across Australia by 31 December 2019. This wil allow us to provide the targeted number of room nights need to make a real impact on the number of women affected by domestic abuse. This increase in service will not be possible without the ongoing support and generosity of our existing corporate supporters and the kindness of the general public.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
We have plans for several important fund-raisers throughout the next financial year. Your Company could benefit from your association with these events as a major sponsor to build awareness for your brand.
We can help build a program of engaging fundraising activities to motivate employees or we can support a staff team to take part in fundraising events such as major fun runs or other team challenges that can bring significant awareness to your company brand.
Payroll giving is a simple and tax effective way for employees to make regular ongoing donations to help women at risk of homelessness due to domestic violence. Donations are automatically deducted from pre-tax pay so taxable income is reduced and employees pay tax on this lower amount. This means they receive the tax benefit every month, without the need for receipts or waiting until the end of the financial year to claim.
Payroll giving is a form of workplace giving that is easy for employers to set-up and is low on costs and administration resources. A payroll giving program helps strengthen employee recruitment, loyalty and retention by increasing engagement, boosting staff morale.
We welcome in-kind or pro bono services that we would otherwise need to buy on commercial terms. Pro bono and in-kind services enable us to direct an even greater percentage of the donations we receive to our programs.
To discuss how you could support us in this way, contact us today.
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