Thank you for considering a Payroll Giving programme with Whānau Āwhina Plunket as your chosen charity. This kind of corporate giving will be critical in supporting our mahi.
How Payroll Giving works
Payroll Giving means your employees give as they earn, with their donation automatically deducted each time they're paid. It’s a way for your staff to consistently support the vital health and wellbeing services that Whānau Āwhina Plunket provides pēpi (babies) and tamariki.
Your organisation can also opt to match your employees’ donation, which means even more help for children and their whānau.
Detailed instructions for an organisation to join the payroll donation service is on the Inland Reveue Department (IRD) website.
Donations help Whānau Āwhina Plunket provide the best start for every child in Aotearoa New Zealand, and we're always grateful to have more payroll donors on board.
Tax Credits as an Employee
As an employee, you earn an immediate tax credit of 33% each time you donate with Payroll Giving. This can save you time at the end of the year, since you don’t have to keep receipts and then claim a tax credit.
Your employer will forward your donation to Whānau Āwhina Plunket and you’ll receive immediate tax benefits, based on your donation amount. For example, if you make a $10 donation to Whānau Āwhina Plunket every week, you will receive a tax credit of $3.33 right away.
If you would like more advice around Payroll Giving at your workplace with Whānau Āwhina Plunket as your chosen charity, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.
Otherwise, Inland Revenue has all the necessary information required:
Payroll giving as an employee
Reach out to your employer to see if a Payroll Giving programme is in place, or to suggest a Payroll Giving scheme with Plunket as the organisation’s chosen charity.
If Payroll Giving is not an option with your employer, consider becoming a Regular Giver. Giving a monthly donation on your own accord is an amazing way to generously support Plunket’s mahi for children and their whānau.