Workplace Giving

Workplace Giving is another way to contribute towards making MPN research happen and impacting the lives of those living with the disease.

Ruby Red Foundation works with their corporate partners to provide workplace giving programs to employees. 

What is Workplace Giving?

Workplace Giving is where employees give small, regular donations to a charity from their pre-tax pay. It's a simple and very effective way to help make the world a better place.

How does it work?

Through Workplace Giving, employees can select a charity nominated by their employer that they want to support, specifying a regular donation to be taken from their salary before tax each pay cycle.

The employer will then pay the donation directly to the charity, and in some cases match the donation amount specified by the employee.

As donations are deducted from pre–tax pay, the tax benefit for the employee is immediate and there is no need to keep receipts or claim at tax time.

Think about it this way...

Workplace Giving*Example provided as a guide only, based on an annual income of $37,001-$87,000, and does not include the Medicare levy (2%). The exact level of your tax deductibility will vary depending on your financial circumstances. Please seek assistance from a taxation professional for financial guidance.

Setup Workplace Giving to the Foundation

The Ruby Red Foundation is willing and able to support Workplace Giving programs with awareness campaigns, materials, and public speakers for events. The Foundation has experience working with both large and small organisations to deliver workplace giving programs (including Commonwealth Bank Australia and PwC).

If you're interested in workplace giving with the Ruby Red Foundation, please contact us to find out how you (or your employees) can make a regularly pre-tax contribute to the Foundation.



Ruby Red Foundation is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC), we are 100% independent and remain accountable for how your funds are spent - including legislative compliance across each jurisdiction we operate and subject to annual external auditing of accounts.

Eligible tax-deductible donations ($2 or more) have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Tax Office.