Workplace giving is a win-win-win for your organisation, employees and the causes you care about.

It’s a win for your organisation

A great workplace giving program equals a great workplace culture. Studies show that 81 per cent of respondents consider an organisation’s commitment to social issues when deciding where to work. A strong workplace giving program can help your business recruit the best and brightest in the field, improve staff retention, and lead to higher productivity and motivation. But don’t just take our word for it! Read success stories below from leading organisations that are part of the One Million Donors movement.

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It’s a win for your employees

Workplace giving is a simple and tax effective way for employees to give to the causes they care about. Studies show staff who feel they are contributing to the community feel more engaged in their workplace, and feel like they are making a collective impact on the causes that matter to them. In other words, to give is to engage. Employees feel a sense of pride and purpose when they know their organisation is making a difference in the community.[1] As opposed to waiting until the end of financial year, employees receive the immediate tax benefit.

 

It’s a win for the causes you care about

The benefits to charities are clear. Donations are deducted pre-tax, minimising administration costs and ensuring more money reaches the cause. In addition, often workplace giving funds are ‘untied’ which allows the charity to direct the funds to the area, which needs them most. Studies show workplace givers continue to do so for an average of eight to 10 years, creating a regular stream of income ensuring the charity can budget well in advance.

[1] Jennifer Mize Smith, ‘All Good Works Are Not Created Equal: Employee Sensemaking of Corporate Philanthropy’ (2012) 77(5) Southern Communication Journal 369, 380.

Find out why JB Hi-Fi champions workplace giving

 

JB Hi-Fi is built on helping, helping our customers, helping each other and helping those less fortunate than ourselves via our workplace giving program. As one of my team said ‘you can’t help everyone but you can help someone.

Richard Murray, CEO, JB Hi-Fi

Success Stories

Practical insights from workplace giving leaders.

Creativity unlocks giving at SEEK

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Celebrating ten years of helping

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Digging Deep for the Community

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Changing lives one coffee at a time

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Second Chance for Food at 7-Eleven

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Bringing technology and fun to sick kids

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Innovative ‘beancounter’ hack a huge success

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Unique solution for staff engagement

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SAP ANZ inspiring youth through technology

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Shining the light on workplace giving

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A better future through education

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Pro Bono Leaders supporting Invictus

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Huge impact on not-for-profits

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Strong communication & donation matching helps solve real world problems

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Being ‘Wild at Work’ boosts engagement and funds

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Working together for impact

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Listening to staff + enhancement of relationships uplifts program

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70’S mojo delivering fun& competition

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CommBank

grows Workplace Giving participation to 42% of employees through strong leadership and opt-out
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Bain & Co

dares to be different, strives for 80% participation with opt-out
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49% of The Good Guys

are signed up to Workplace Giving – in less than a year
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Many Hands Helping the Community

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Small Change Delivering a Big Increase in Donations

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Event Stretching Out to the Community

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A Hundred Years Young and Thriving

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Flight Centre

Knowing your audience is key to success
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King & Wood Mallesons

The Right Platform Makes Workplace Giving Simple
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‘Helping Hands’ at the Centre of JB Hi-Fi Culture

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Atlassian

Streamlines Program for Success
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Macquarie Telecom

Increases Giving by Appealing to Emotion
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Superheroes Storm JB Hi-Fi

Stores to Support Kids with Cancer
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BHP Billiton’s

Double Matching Bolsters Workplace Giving
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SEEK

Double Donations in a Year
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ASIC’s

Diverse Program Offers Inspiration to the Public Sector
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Pacific Equity Partners

Revive Long-Running WPG Program
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BDO

Staff Drive WPG to New Heights
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Greenhill

Relaunch Achieves 100% WPG Participation
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Give Where You Live

Adaptability is Key to 60 Years of Partnership
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Stewart House

Celebrate 38 Years of Partnership
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Room to Read

Addressing Global Poverty Starts with Educating Girls and Women
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Starbucks

Lets Staff Lead the Way in WPG Launch
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Delivering the Goods with a Unique Approach

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A Small Company Making a Huge Impact

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Great Communication Delivers Success

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Aussie Health Professionals Saving Mothers and Babies in Africa

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Australia Post Delivers Success

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Making a Difference Out of Thin Air

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Retail Superheroes Helping Kids with Cancer

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Redkite

Get the Most from Workplace Giving Month
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Top Law Firm Supporting Aussie Students

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Hanlon Industries Building a Better Community in the Geelong Region

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Chartered Accountants

A Positive Impact on Work Culture
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Commonwealth Bank

A True Partnership Between Company and Staff
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The Smith Family

Every dollar can make a difference
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JB Hi-Fi

Making Noise for a Cause
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Bain & Company

The Potential to Transform Society
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HOYTS

We’re All In This Together
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The Salvation Army

Delivering more through long-term funding
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