Workplace Giving allows employees to make a regular donation through a payroll system. Donations are made automatically from an employee’s pre-tax pay – reducing their taxable income.
This is a simple and effective way to support WA PCYC programs and activities for youth at risk and the WA community.
A Workplace Giving program allows your staff to donate through a direct tax deductible donation from participating employee’s pay. Contact us if your organisation wishes to select PCYC as your preferred charity.
Every payroll system has the capacity to facilitate Workplace Giving, so just nominate ‘The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres’ as your charity of choice with your payroll department.
You can even ask for your donations to be matched by your employer!
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