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Information for Employers

Organisations with workplace giving programs find them a great way to support corporate social responsibility goals and easy to set up and manage through the regular payroll system.

Most participating employers report their workplace giving program achieves high levels of employee engagement and provide invaluable opportunities for organisations to forge positive community partnerships and achieve new levels of corporate social responsibility.

How BCNA supports our existing workplace giving partners

If you already support BCNA through workplace giving, here’s how BCNA can support you and your organisation.

  1. BCNA produces quarterly e-newsletter updates on our work and impact for you to share with your staff. If you are not currently receiving this newsletter, please contact our workplace giving manager Eliza Sadler at to include your organisation in our quarterly updates.
  2. A dedicated employee workplace giving page on our website which features an employee video to help you explain how workplace giving supports BCNA to new or interested employees.
  3. We also have a range of downloadable assets that you can use to promote and support your workplace giving program. This includes:
    • some general statistics about breast cancer and an employee guide that can be included in new employee induction packs.
    • posters to promote your support of BCNA through workplace giving internally.
    • social media tiles you can share to with your followers, displaying your organisation’s support of BCNA.
    • an email banner to promote your support externally if desired. 

If you would like to talk to us about other ways your organisation can support BCNA, please contact our Corporate Partnerships Manager, Sue Clohesy

How does workplace giving work?

Employees can contribute a small amount of their pre-tax salary to BCNA and make a big difference. They can give as much or as little as they like, and because their donations are pre-tax, they will receive the tax benefit immediately, rather than having to wait until the end of the financial year.

For example, if an employee donates $10 per pay cycle, depending on their salary, it may only cost them $6.75, but BCNA will receive the full $10.

To incentivise your employees to donate, your organisation may choose to match employee donations dollar for dollar. This way your organisation’s contributions will have double the impact, and highlight its commitment to supporting BCNA.


*Marginal tax rate applied for employees earning between $37,001 and $90,000 per annum @ 1 August 2021. Excludes Medicare Levy.

*Marginal tax rate applied for employees earning between $37,001 and $90,000 per annum @ 1 August 2021. Excludes Medicare Levy.

What impact can my organisation make?

Collectively, your organisation and its employees can make a huge difference towards helping BCNA ensure nobody goes through breast cancer alone.

Here are just some of the many initiatives your donations will help BCNA to provide…

We want our relationship with our charity partners to be mutually beneficial, and workplace giving has helped our relationship be even stronger.
- Tracie Deegan, Alliance Airlines

What are the benefits of a workplace giving program to your organisation?

Supporting BCNA through a workplace giving program can…

  • Engage and unite employees by supporting a common cause.
  • Help empower your employees to influence positive change.
  • Build a meaningful and rewarding community partnership.
  • Support your Corporate Social Responsibility goals.
  • Provide your employees with an opportunity to take advantage of immediate and convenient tax benefits.
  • Demonstrate the impact of your workplace giving program through regular email updates.
  • Ensure your employees feel supported by BCNA’s services should they or someone they know ever need them.
  • Make a significant difference to Australians affected by breast cancer


How can I learn more about how to set up workplace giving?

You may choose to work with one of our preferred workplace giving platforms such as Good2Give, GoodCompany, Givar, and Benevity who will simplify the process. These organisations can work directly with you to establish a program that meets your business objectives.

Once set up, you can nominate Breast Cancer Network Australia as a preferred charity and encourage your employees to support.

Alternatively, you may choose to deposit your donations directly to Breast Cancer Network Australia. BCNA’s bank details are as follows:

Account name: BCNA Public Fund

BSB: 083 004

Account number:  53214 2990


For more information, please email us at or freecall 1800 860 600