Discover how your workplace can make a lifesaving difference to RSPCA NSW animals. Home How you can help Corporate Support Workplace Giving Gift in Wills Retail Op Shops Fundraise for RSPCA Pledge Your Birthday Weddings and Engagements Sports Fundraising Fundraise Your Way In Memory Adoptaversary Buy Raffle Tickets Leave a Gift in your Will The Impact You Can Make Information for Solicitors Events at RSPCA City2Surf Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon Become an RSPCA Member E-Signature-Document RSPCA New South Wales – Membership Renew (e-sign) RSPCA New South Wales – New Membership (e-sign) Membership Sign Up Renew My Membership Corporate Support Million Paws Walk Corporate Support Days Corporate Partners Workplace Giving Corporate Visits Cupcake Day Corporate Matched Giving Ways to Give Foster Care Volunteer at RSPCA NSW Corporate SupportMillion Paws Walk Corporate Support Days Corporate Partners Workplace Giving Corporate Visits Cupcake Day Corporate Matched Giving Workplace Giving Workplace Giving involves making small, regular donations from your salary to support abandoned, injured, sick and surrendered animals in NSW. Joining the program is simple, and is also an effective way to reduce your taxable income. Once you’ve set up Workplace Giving through your payroll, you’ll hardly notice the deductions, but they will mean the world to the animals who you directly support. Join the Workplace Giving program in four easy steps: Ask your employer about joining their Workplace Giving program. Nominate RSPCA NSW as your chosen charity. Select the amount and the frequency that you would like to donate. Let RSPCA NSW know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you a Workplace Giving welcome pack. Workplace Giving FAQsWhat is Workplace Giving? Workplace Giving involves making small, regular donations to RSPCA NSW. These donations are deducted automatically from your salary, and are used to care for and support abandoned, neglected, sick and surrendered animals. Once you’ve set up Workplace Giving through your payroll, you’ll hardly notice the deductions, but they will mean the world to the animals you support. They are also a simple and effective way to reduce your taxable income. How will my donation help? Your donation will make a lifesaving difference to animals in need across the state. From supporting our shelters to keeping our Inspectorate on the road and so much more, your generosity makes the world of difference to so many animals. How do I know if my employer offers Corporate Matched Giving? Please contact your workplace’s payroll officer or community engagement manager and they will be able to advise you. My employer doesn’t offer a Workplace Giving program. Is there anything I can do? Please email your payroll officer or community engagement manager and include us at email@example.com. We will be able to provide them with details about how to set this up. Do I have to donate a certain amount through Workplace Giving? There is no set amount and every donation makes such an incredible difference to the lives of abandoned, neglected, sick and surrendered animals. $15 could provide shelter for a mother cat and her kittens for a day. $30 could feed and care for an abandoned dog for one day. $50 could provide veterinary treatment for an injured animal. Can I volunteer at the shelter through my employer? Yes, RSPCA NSW offers a Corporate Support Day for teams of up to 10 and makes a lifesaving difference to animals in need. Please click here for more information. Are there any other ways for my company to help RSPCA NSW animals? Thank you for your support of RSPCA NSW animals in need. There are many different ways you can help. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Interested in workplace giving? Please fill out the below form to find out more about how you can support RSPCA NSW through workplace giving Name* First name Last name Email* Phone number*Company name*Payroll/Accounts emailAdditional information The RSPCA is committed to handling your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). You can read our Collection Notice here.