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Workplace Giving

Find out how you can support medical device research at the Bionics Institute

Giving through your pre-tax income is an efficient way for you to give and provides a continuous impact to help us budget and plan medical research activities well into the future.

What is workplace giving?

Workplace giving is a simple and effective way to deliver significant benefits to the community by making regular donations from your pre-tax income.

Your employer will deduct an amount chosen by you from your pay before deducting tax.

Giving regularly from your pre-tax income means you receive the tax benefit throughout the year, whilst your chosen charity will receive the full amount of your donation.

Why is regular giving important?

Making a regular gift through your workplace is a quick and easy way of helping us plan ahead. By knowing that we have a regular income stream, we can look to the future and ensure that our research has the greatest impact.

Setting up your regular gift is simple. Once we have completed the setup, we will share an annual receipt in July for your tax purposes. This helps us to reduce our administration time and make your gift as cost-effective as possible.

Every amount, no matter how small, adds up to create a lasting impact.

How do I set up my workplace giving payments?

If you would like to set up a workplace giving donation to the Bionics Institute, ask your payroll department if your organisation currently has a Workplace Giving program.

Your employer will then arrange to make the donations to Bionics Institute on your behalf, without the need for you to keep receipts.

What if my organisation is not yet a workplace giving organisation?

Simply send us the contact details of your company’s payroll administrator and we can help them set up your Workplace Giving donation.

To discuss setting up Workplace Giving, please contact our fundraising team using this form.

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