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Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund supported the Spring CanTeen Camp

Every year 21,000 young people find out their parents have cancer, 1,000 young people are diagnosed with cancer and 1,000 young people find out their brother or sister has cancer – ACF charity partner CanTeen are there to help.
 
On the 26 September our employee partner Commonwealth Bank Staff Community Fund supported the Spring [...]

Why collective giving counts

Support through workplace giving empowers not-for-profits to work towards their societal mission and create significant social change.

Redkite, a charity partner of The Australian Charities Fund supports children, teenagers and young adults with cancer (up to the age of 24), and their families. Workplace giving programs provide Redkite with a stable income, ensuring families can [...]

Five Top Charity Apps

Published on September 9 in ProBono Australia
Australia is now around the fifth biggest downloader of Apps (per head) in the world and Caroline McComb from the Telco Together Foundation delivers her list of top innovative Aussie charity Apps.
In a country with 30.2 million mobile phones, or 133 devices per 100 people,[1] Australia is now [...]

2014 Workplace Giving Month Awards Event

View all the photos and footage from the 2014 Workplace Giving Month Awards

Media Release 21st of August – Workplace Giving Month 2014 Awards

Media Release

For Release: 21 August 2014

SEEK announced as the winner of the 2014 Australian Charities Fund Workplace Giving Month Awards. Businesses and Charities join to celebrate the most successful Workplace Giving Month campaign
 
The Australian Charities Fund (ACF) Workplace Giving Month Awards hosted by PwC in Sydney celebrated the success of organisations who’ve demonstrated an [...]

DIY Marketing Material – chocolate coin bags

Want an easy and simple way to engage your audience about the impacts of collective giving?

Utilise the ‘Charity collective giving banners’ and create your own marketing material to promote your Workplace Giving program. It’s important to highlight the impacts of employee’s contributions, this DIY marketing material provides a creative and engaging way to show [...]

Charity collective giving banners

To assist in communicating the collective impacts of Workplace Giving use the charity collective giving banners.
Creating a visual presence for your Workplace Giving program is essential to its success.
Remember, be creative in the way you utilise the banners, think about; the best way to showcase the banners, the highest traffic areas for people [...]

Redkite 2014 Workplace Giving Month

Find out how Redkite promoted workplace giving month

Devine Limited 2014 Workplace Giving Month

Find out how Devine Limited promoted workplace giving month.

Workplace Giving Participation Increases Seven-fold

Article publish on Pro Bono Australia Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Businesses have reported dramatic participation increases in workplace giving as a result of engagement programs run as part of Workplace Giving Month. The Australian Charities Fund (ACF) said that job site SEEK’s Workplace Giving Month campaign "Small Change" raised employee participation from 7 per cent […]

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Highest Increase in Employee Participation

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  • 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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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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