Workplace Giving is a great way to donate to DVConnect and support Queenslanders escaping domestic, family and sexual violence, in a smart pre-tax donation, directly form your pay. Giving through Workplace Giving to DVConnect will help us:
- Provide emergency transport to Queenslanders escaping a violent home
- Provide emergency accommodation to Queenslanders who have escaped domestic, family and sexual violence.
- Provide safe accommodation, food and veterinary care for pets of families who have fled violence with until they can be united with their family.
- Education and awareness campaigns to ensure more Queenslanders understand what constitutes domestic violence and that we can help them find a pathway to safety.
Join the Workplace Giving program in 4 easy steps:
- Ask your employer about joining their Workplace Giving program.
- Nominate DVConnect as your chosen charity.
- Select the amount and the frequency that you would like to donate.
- Let DVConnect know by emailing us at
If you have any questions, please email us at
- It gives employees with an opportunity to make regular donations directly to charities like DVConnect from their pre-taxed income.
- Employees nominate a charity and donation amount and these details are forwarded onto their employers payroll department who will process the donation to DVConnect on the employees behalf.
- Once you’ve set up Workplace Giving through your payroll, you’ll hardly notice the deductions, but they will mean the world to those you directly support.
Workplace giving delivers a positive financial impact for charities like us. Workplace giving streamlines the financial management process of corporate donations to charities and reduces administration so more money goes directly to those who need it most. Workplace giving is a simple way for employees to regularly donate to a designated charity, like DVConnect. Employees technically receive the same salary from their employer, but donate a portion of it every pay to their nominated charity (that has Deductable Gift Recipient status).
- The employer forwards the employee’s donations to the charity. The employee is still making the donation to the charity.
- The employee claims a deduction for their donation to the charity in their own tax return.
- The amount of the employee’s gross salary remains the same.
- In most cases, the donation amount is a fixed amount that the employer deducts from the employee’s pay each pay day.
The employer chooses to either:
- reduce the amount of tax deducted from the employee’s pay each pay period to account for the donation. (The employee still claims a tax deduction in their tax return.)
- not to reduce the amount of tax withheld from the employee each pay period. (The employee claims a tax deduction for the amount donated at the end of the financial year.)