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Workplace Gifts

Get your tax deduction straight away! Your company may help you to Act for Peace by sending your gift as a deduction from salary, which reduces the tax you pay. Many companies and organisations match their staff members’ gifts. 

Act for Peace also provides businesses with a unique opportunity to make a significant contribution to assisting people living in poverty and conflict areas worldwide. We welcome Corporate Partnerships whereby your business will be supporting the work of our project partners.

As community awareness of corporate good citizenship grows, the benefits of becoming involved with a respected, proven organisation such as Act for Peace increase rapidly. Your reputation and corporate ethics are reinforced by association with an organisation with similar values. 

Some benefits include:

  • Brand alignment/marketing
  • Cause related marketing opportunities to increase the appeal of your products and services
  • Act for Peace presentations and representation at internal/external events
  • Ongoing communication updates for use in your internal and external communications to promote recognition of your engagement with Act for Peace
  • Use of the Act for Peace logo in your promotional material - demonstrating your corporate good citizenship

For more information please contact Jenny at jtauro@actforpeace.org.au or freecall 1800 025 101.

More ways to take action

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya families have fled from violence and persecution in Myanmar. Currently living in makeshift camps in Bangladesh, they urgent need our help.

By giving a monthly gift, you can help bring safety, justice and dignity to people around the world who have fled from conflict and natural disasters.

Take the Act for Peace Ration Challenge during Refugee Week (June 2018) to raise money in support of refugees who have lost everything, and challenge perspectives – including your own.