Payroll Giving allows your employees to donate to The Salvation Army, and other charitable organisations, direct from their pay.
Payroll Giving is convenient and simple, and allows employees to receive immediate tax credits for their donations.
This also eliminates the need to collect receipts and wait until the end of the tax year to claim tax credits.
Karen makes a regular Payroll Giving donation to The Salvation Army. She is paid $1,530 every two weeks. This is her only job, so her tax code is “M”.
|Plus||Tax Credit for Payroll Donations||$6.67||$0.00|
|Take Home Pay||$1210.55||$1223.88|
More people than ever are basing their purchasing and employment decisions on an organisation’s philosophy and philanthropy.
For an employer Payroll Giving is a simple way to take part in philanthropic giving, and increase the positive perception of your organisation to staff, customers and suppliers. Partnering with The Salvation Army also aligns you with one of the world’s top 200 brands.
The Salvation Army has been fighting poverty and social distress in New Zealand since 1883. And our mission remains the same: Caring for People, Transforming Lives and Reforming Society.
A rising number of New Zealanders face tough choices as they deal with a myriad of financial and social problems relating to job losses, reduced working hours and the resulting debt.
Moving from poverty to a new and independent life takes great tenacity and it can take tremendous courage to ask for help. The Salvation Army works hard to provide better options in life for those who do. And because giving everyone better choices contributes to the health of society as a whole, helping others helps all of us - both now and for the future.
Donations ensure the ongoing work of The Salvation Army’s community services:
|Food Banks||Emergency Services|
|Budgeting Courses||Parenting and Life Skills Programmes|
|Employment Training||Support for Seniors|
|Youth Programmes||Court and Prison Services|
|Supportive Accommodation||Addiction Services|
Our front line support provides help to Kiwis when they need it most.