Other ways to Donate
Donations made to the John Logan Foundation are used to provide much needed financial support for Australian cancer patients towards treatments prescribed by their doctor. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible and a receipt is provided.
If you like to shop online and would like to contribute to the Foundation, visit www.shopnate.com.au or www.charitybuy.com.au. Registration is FREE. The retailer commission goes to the John Logan Foundation at no extra cost to you. Online shops include Adairs, Kathmandu, Sportscraft, Strawberry Net, David Jones, Bonds, Rebel and more.
Making a donation in memoriam is an alternative way of honouring a special friend or loved one. If you would like to contribute to the Foundation in this way, please email your request for donation envelopes to email@example.com and we will send them to your nominated Funeral organiser.
Leaving a bequest to the John Logan Foundation is an extraordinary act of generosity and a way to continue making an impact on the lives of others after your own life has ended. If you would like to further discuss making a bequest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
Payroll or Workplace Giving is a simple and effective way for employees to make regular, tax-effective donations to the John Logan Foundation. Tax benefits are immediate and committing to regular donations not only reduce our fundraising costs but helps us forward plan. You can join, alter or withdraw from Workplace Giving at any time.
Benefits of Workplace Giving:
Donations are deducted from your pre-tax salary, reducing your taxable income. For example to donate $100 costs you around $69 per month (based on a taxable income of between $25,001 and $75,000). Add Matched Giving by your employer and suddenly your $69 generates $200 for the JLF.
You can give as much or as little as you like. Some employers will match your donation. Automatic tax deductions mean you don’t need to keep track of receipts. You can join, alter or withdraw Workplace Giving at any time. To participate, ask your employer to include the John Logan Foundation on their Workplace Giving list of charities. For more information visit the ATO.
If you have questions about an individual employee giving, or establishing your own corporate John Logan Foundation Workplace Giving program, please email email@example.com.