Thank you to our generous supporters who have chosen to make a difference through workplace giving. Did you know you and your colleagues can give as little as $2 through goodcompany, GoFundraise and Good2Give to contribute to funding research into a cure for the childhood cancer neuroblastoma?
For businesses, workplace giving is a smart way to demonstrate a strategic commitment to corporate community investment. Employees are provided with an opportunity to connect with the values of the company they work for and an avenue to make a positive difference in society and the environment.
Employees can make pre and post tax donations, create fundraising pages with instant dollar matching and reporting that tracks it all. Visit fundraising at work for more information on how to set up workplace giving in your business.
The generous workplaces below offer dollar matching for employees who fundraise for Neuroblastoma Australia.
If you work for one of these companies, dollar matching is super easy as you can make a donation on your Go Fundraise Page and then simply select the company dollar matching button.
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Businesses who offer employee dollar matching programs
AHM, Bain & Co, Banksa, Baker Mckenzie, Bank of Melbourne, Bank of Queensland, BDO, Boronia Capital, Built, BUPA, BT Financial Group, Citi Australia, Country Road, Beteasy, Cuscal, Deutsche Bank, Dimension Data, DXC Technology Australia, EY, Findex Australia, Foxtel, Holden, Independent Group, Konica Minolta, Medibank, Mirvac, Pandora, Pernod Ricard, PLAN, REA Group, SAP Group, South 32, St George Bank, Stockland, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp, Sydney Water, NRMA, Toyota, Transdev, Unilever, Unisuper, Vita Corp, 3M, AMP, Accenture, Apple, Austral , Bloomberg, Barclay, BHP, Ciena, CA Technologies, Clayton Utz, Credit Suisse, Deloitte, IBM, ebay, Freehills, Fosters Group, Google, Greenwoods & Freehills, Investec Bank, Johnson & Johnson, Macquarie Bank, Mallesons Stephens Jacques, Miele Australia, MLC, NAB, Rheem, Salesforce, Sun Microsystems, SP Ausnet, Symantic, Thomson Reuters, UBS, Upstream Print solutions, Wellington Management Systems, Westpac and Woolworths.
Not on the list?
If your business should be added to the above list please email us on email@example.com.
Many other businesses support the charitable work of their employees so, even if your workplace isn’t mentioned above, it’s well worthwhile to ask the relevant person in your organisation about their supportive workplace programs.
Partnering with Neuroblastoma Australia
Sponsors help us to produce wonderful events and maximise our ability to pass on the funds we raise directly to research partners such as the Children’s Cancer Institute Australia.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can be part of our journey.
Volunteers are the backbone of many of our fundraising events. By encouraging employees to support charities they feel strongly about, employees become more engaged, productive and happier in the workplace.
If you would be interested in your company supporting Neuroblastoma Australia through your expertise or by encouraging staff to volunteer at events, please contact Erin Webster our volunteering manager on Erin.Webster@nb.org.au to discuss how your team can get involved and make a difference.