CEO Report – December 2017

Read the latest developments on the campaign to see one million Australians giving through the workplace by 2020, as well as the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards results!
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Donation Impact Reports – Resource for Charities

THE IMPORTANCE OF 'THANK YOU'
WHY?

Workplace Givers want to know where their money goes and the difference it’s making in the community. Employees not in the program are also interested – which presents a great opportunity to acquire more supporters! For your employer partners, celebrating the donation’s impact has the positive bonus of boosting staff [...]

Give a Little GET A LOT – how workplace giving programs not only help the needy, they improve employee engagement.

As featured in HRM Magazine (Dec-Jan Issue)
BY JESSICA MUDDITT

Featuring:
Richard Murray, Group CEO of JB Hi-Fi
Jenny Geddes, CEO, Australian Charities Fund
Jodi Paton, General Manager of People, Performance and Culture, HOYTS
Kathleen McCudden, Group HR Director, SEEK
Lisa Grinham, CEO, Good to Give

Working Australians Embracing Smart Donations

NOVEMBER 21, 2017
as featured on fpmagazine.com.au

Don’t discount workplace giving as a form of fundraising. According to Catherine Gibson, Senior Marketing Manager at The Australian Charities Fund, there is much to be gained from forming such partnerships with corporates.

Imagine a fundraising channel that offers years of regular, reliable, untied donations. To those working at the [...]

Workplace Giving Strikes A Chord With National Charity

November 6th, 2017 – Wendy Williams, Journalist (as featured in Probono Australia)

The winner of the Most Innovative Charity/Employer Partnership at the Workplace Giving Awards says a strong alignment of culture and values is the secret to a strong corporate partnership.

National not-for-profit organisation The Song Room, which brings music and art programs to some of [...]

Workplace giving: How to get employees motivated

October 27, 2017 – Amanda Woodard and Jessica Mudditt (HRM Online)

Giving programs have a positive impact on workplace culture and help employees become more engaged.

That warm fuzzy glow we get when we give to others less fortunate provides a source of happiness that’s been found to be more lasting and satisfying than when we [...]

Donate the Smart Way – Direct from your Pay! #donateatwork

We’re on a mission to get one million Australians supporting charity the smart way – from their pay.

Ask your employer if they offer Workplace Giving.

If they don’t, you can become the champion for change that your organisation needs – for all the info you need visit:

 

 

2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards – Finalist Booklet

Read the finalist profiles from the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards and get inspired by their outstanding  Workplace Giving Programs.

 

2016 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards – Finalist Booklet

Read the finalist profiles from the 2016 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards and get inspired by their outstanding  Workplace Giving Programs.

 

Boost Participation with this Social Media Campaign

Employers can quickly and easily run this social media activation to boost awareness of their program and drive sign-ups.

 

Award Application:

Highest Increase in Employee Participation

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  • information about your organisation
  • the number of employees
  • the number of employees participating in workplace giving at the start of the month and at the end of the month – determine the effectiveness of the workplace giving month campaign



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Best Workplace Giving Month Promotion (Employer)

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In 250 words or less outline why their Workplace Giving Month campaign was successful (this is not determined by the number of participants, rather the way the campaign was run).  The 250 words will provide content for the below points:

  • Describe what the campaign was about
  • How collaboration took place with other stakeholders and employees
  • How campaign success was measured



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Award Application:

Best Workplace Giving Month Promotion (Charity)

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In 250 words or less outline why their Workplace Giving Month campaign was successful (this is not determined by the number of participants, rather the way the campaign was run). The 250 words will provide content for the below points:

  • Describe what the campaign was about
  • how collaboration took place with other stakeholders
  • how campaign success was measured


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Connect to The Australian Charities Fund

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