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Workplace Giving

About Workplace Giving

Payroll or Workplace Giving is one of the easiest ways to give a regular pre-tax donation to charity. The money raised will help fund our vital work in research, prevention programs, support services and advocacy. 

Workplace Giving enables employees to give directly to Cancer Council through automated payroll deductions - simple, tax-efficient and cost-effective. Through providing a payroll giving platform - and company matching staff donations - you can demonstrate your corporate social responsibility values to staff and be an employer of choice. We work with a significant number of Australia's corporate organisations on their workplace giving programs and can also offer a comprehensive staff engagement program. Company matching of staff donations can give an additional incentive to get involved and show the company's commitment to helping Cancer Council to create a cancer-free future.

Thank you from Professor Sanchia Aranda

"I would like to say a personal thank you to you all for your incredible support for Cancer Council through your organisation's Workplace Giving Program. 

As a charity, we don't receive any ongoing Government funding and rely on the generosity of community donations to fund our work, which is why your support through Workplace Giving is so important. 

The money you and your colleagues have raised allows us to continue to work across every area of every cancer, from research to prevention and support. For instance, last year Cancer Council assisted 46,000 callers to our cancer information and support hotline, provided 121,2000 nights of subsidised accommodation and together with our research partners directed over $60 million to cancer research. We couldn't do it without your support.

This year it's expected over 135,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed. Thanks to investment in research, early detection and treatment, today, cancer survival rates are improving - more than 66% of people diagnosed with cancer in Australia will survive more than five years after diagnosis. But there is always so much more to do.

Cancer never rests, and for that reason, neither do we. With your help we will continue work towards our vision of a cancer free future. Thank you again for your ongoing support for Cancer Council through Workplace Giving."


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