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Workplace giving

Helping others in need

For thousands of Australians right now, basic necessities like a wholesome meal, clothes to wear and a safe shelter – things most of us take for granted – are out of reach.

But you can help change that.

Through The Salvation Army Workplace Giving program, you can make a tangible difference in the life of someone facing crisis, hardship or loss. Your generosity can bring hope and help to someone who needs it, and enable them to move towards a brighter future.

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

Want to learn more? Download our workplace giving brochures:
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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

In 2020-2021, thanks to our generous supporters, The Salvation Army:

Assisted 5800 women and children experiencing family and domestic violence

Provided 887,500 crisis beds to people experiencing homelessness

Helped over 12,900 people with financial counselling

Supported 68,700 job seekers to find employment

Provided over 1,744,800 meals to people accessing homelessness services

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

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