How payroll giving works
With payroll giving, your donation to St John is taken out of your regular pay before it goes into your bank account. If your donation is more than $5, you receive a third of the donation amount as an immediate tax rebate. So if you donate $15 to St John through payroll giving, you’ll only have a $10 reduction in your take-home pay.
With other forms of donating, you usually have to wait until the end of the tax year to claim your tax rebate. Payroll giving ensures you get the tax advantages immediately.
Why give to St John
Donating to St John through payroll giving helps us to raise the funds we need to provide our essential emergency and community services.
Employer information about payroll giving
To offer your staff the chance to donate through payroll giving, you need to sign up for the scheme with the IRD. Find more information on the Employer Information page.
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Employee information about payroll giving
Are you interested in giving regularly to St John through your pay? Anything over $5 earns a tax rebate.
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More information from the IRD
Payroll giving is an Inland Revenue initiative that was introduced in 2010. You can find out more about it on the IRD website.
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Read a case study about Payroll Giving
Find out how and why one company helped St John through Payroll Giving.
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