Employee Giving

Start an Employee Giving Campaign in your workplace today to inspire hope and healing in your community. Download our Employee Giving Guide HERE for more information!

Give your staff and colleagues the opportunity to be part of something special!

By setting up a Pattison Children’s Employee Giving Campaign in your workplace, you will be laying the groundwork for your team to provide hope and healing to children, mothers, and families right across the province with 100% of your donations staying in Saskatchewan. Workplaces that encourage their staff to give create a culture focused in philanthropy and empower their team to improve our community.

How does employee giving work?

Staff can contribute anything from a couple of dollars to several hundred per month, depending on the ability of individual staff members. Many organizations also choose to match employee contributions, some matching all donations with others considering a percentage of donations. It’s an inspiring way to significantly increase the impact of your support!

Employees receive individual tax receipts annually, or if they chose payroll deduction, their charitable donations will be reflected on their T4.

Start your campaign today!

Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation staff are happy to connect with you to discuss your organization’s Employee Giving Campaign. We can help you determine the best fit for your workplace and will provide information on how to run a successful event.

We encourage you to select a Workplace Ambassador(s) to help you run your campaign. These energetic and highly visible people can help you rally your team and keep momentum going strong. Your ambassador(s) will be trained on effective campaign skills and be provided all the tools you’ll need to inspire other employees to donate.

Contact us today at 306.931.4887 or info@pattisonchildrens.ca.

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