7 key ways to succeed with introducing “Opt-Out” to your Workplace Giving program

ONE - Engage your executive stakeholders
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TWO - Follow the Leaders in this field by taking on their learnings
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THREE - Insert “Opt-Out” into new employee work contracts
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Why organisations should encourage staff to join Workplace Giving

REASON ONE
A myriad of research, including a specific piece that was supported by SEEK, shows that millennials are calling out for these programs – they want their employer to offer ways for them to get involved with something bigger with purpose – they want more than just turning up for work and receiving a [...]

Diving Workplace Giving participation using Opt-Out

What is Opt out in the Workplace Giving Context?

In the WPG context, ‘opt-out’ is the process of automatically including new employees in your WPG program, unless they actively decide not to join the program. New staff can decide, at any time, to leave the program. There are a number of ways that employers have [...]

TURBO-CHARGE Events – A huge success

The Australia Charities Fund held Turbo-Charge Workplace Giving events, in Sydney and Melbourne during April. The events were hosted at PwC. Attendees came from private enterprise, charities and government departments to learn more about how to rapidly increase participation in Workplace Giving programs.

Presenters from Bain & Company, Commonwealth Bank and The Good Guys shared [...]

DRIVING WORKPLACE GIVING PARTICIPATION WITH OPT-OUT

Implementing Opt-Out is becoming the leading way to increase Workplace Giving participation. This means more charities will receive more money and be able to to more good.

Organisations are finding that by implementing the Opt-Out model, Workplace Giving is becoming the norm. By introducing it to new employees from day one, it is allowing them [...]

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 [...]

CEO REPORT

Read the latest CEO Report

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 [...]

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Best Workplace Giving Month Promotion (Employer)

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


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