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Helping others in need

For many Australians right now, the basic necessities most of us take for granted –such as food, clothing and shelter – are simply out of reach. No one really knows when they may find themselves needing an extra hand, which is why The Salvation Army’s support services are so vital.

The Salvation Army Workplace Giving program is an easy way you can make a difference in someone’s life. When care is given to people in hardship it provides not only practical relief but also hope for a brighter future.

Designed for employees to make small, regular financial donations from their pre -tax salary, it’s simple to set up and extremely effective. Employers can also increase their corporate social responsibility by matching their employees’ contributions – it’s a win-win-win!

Want to learn more? Download our workplace giving brochures:
For employees For employers

Did you know

Introducing a workplace giving program increases employee engagement!

  • Over 60% of employees are happy to be automatically included in their company’s workplace giving program
  • Australians see business investment in the community as one of the most important drivers of trust

Thanks to our generous supporters, in 2019/2020 The Salvation Army was able to provide:

Assistance to 41,033 of people who were homeless or at risk of homelessness
1,594,912 meals to people who accessed homelessness services
362,922 food vouchers to people accessing TSA services
 
Helping 13,356 people with financial counselling

 

 

 

For more information or to sign up to workplace giving, contact us through the form below.

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