OneDonation Benefits our Charity Partners
Welcome to the OneDonation resources page for our charity partners. Here charities can download the Charity Information Kit that explains everything you will need to know to benefit from OneDonation.
We have also pre-prepared a media kit that you can download, add your logo and charity details including a quote from your CEO, information about your organisation and its services and then issue the media kit direct to your local or other relevant media such as newsletters and so on.
To ensure your donors find you on OneDonation, we have also provided you with a selection of website donation buttons that you can have your IT people put up on your website to direct traffic straight to your own regular giving OneDonation landing page.
Once you have downloaded your information kits and buttons, please contact us so we can provide you with your link to your regular giving OneDonation landing page where you can direct your own donors via the donate button on your website or via a direct link that you can issue in an email or e-newsletter to your donor database to encourage regular giving.(The unique link (URL) is also located in your mycause charity portal)
In 2009/10 36% of Australian individuals claimed a gift or contribution to a DGR as a deduction in their income tax return.
For the 2009–10 income year, individuals claimed $1,962 million in deductible gifts, a decrease of
6.3% on the previous year. Overall, the number of individuals who claimed a gift or contribution as a deduction increased by 5.4% for the 2009–10 income year, and the amount claimed decreased by 6.2%.
For the 2010–11 financial year, charities claimed $520 million in refundable franking credits, a decrease of 17.7% on the previous year. For the 2009–10 income year, 36% of individuals claimed a gift or contribution to a DGR as a deduction in their income tax return. For 84% of these individuals, their contribution represented 1% or less of their total income.
Workplace giving programs, for the 2009–10 income year: