Workplace Giving

Regular donations are the lifeblood of medical research. Workplace giving is a sustainable way of continuing to donate to a cause you care about.

Every medical discovery has the potential to affect us all, to save or improve our own lives, or those of people we love. When every day people come together to fund medical research, cures will be found, faster.

Tomorrow’s advancements only happen with support today.

Workplace giving:

  • Is easy to set up
  • Can be taken pre-tax so it’s less out of your pocket
  • Is sustainable and very effective
  • Supports finding cures all in a day’s work
  • Helps work our way to a world free from chronic illness

Introducing regular giving to your workplace

For employees

When you join our workplace giving program, you’re getting a tax benefit for your generosity immediately, while making an incredible difference for the common good. You can even double your impact by encouraging your employer to match your donations – from as little as $5 per week, your total contribution would power an hour of dedicated research every month.

With your ongoing support, we can fund the hours that matter; the time our researchers need to find the solutions to chronic health problems.

For employers

Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for your business to support the common good. It empowers staff members to support a cause close to their hearts, right in Queensland.

By joining us through workplace giving, you will boost employee morale by demonstrating good corporate social responsibility. You can match employee donations to increase your business’ impact and demonstrate commitment to the causes your employees care about.

But it’s not just about the research to find cures and save lives, it’s also about those opportunities along the way that help make patients’ lives just that little bit better.

How do I join?

Get in touch with us to have a chat about joining The Common Good payroll giving program at your place of work.
It’s quick and easy!

Contact us at or call 1800 501 269

Workplace Giving for employees of The Prince Charles Hospital & Queensland Health

At The Prince Charles Hospital, we have a passionate team dedicated to going above and beyond in patient care. Part of that dedication is through our medical research that often has direct impact on clinical practices in the hospital. As an employee at The Prince Charles Hospital, you’re part of the innovative team committed to providing exceptional patient care and outcomes.

It’s good to give, and it’s even better to give to something you care about where you can see the benefits of your generosity. We need your help to keep this innovative culture alive on our campus, and more importantly we want you to feel connected to the life-changing research happening in our corridors.

To make it easy to go above and beyond, we’ve re-launced our Charlie’s Payroll Giving program. For less than a cup of coffee a week, you can get behind the researchers, doctors and nurses helping to solve the toughest medical mysteries.


Setting up Charlie's Payroll Giving

Simply fill out the payroll deduction authority form, and an amount of your choosing will be deducted from each pay to support research projects happening right now.

Once complete, upload your Payroll Deductions form via the MyHR portal for Queensland Health employees.

We’ll keep you updated with the latest news, so you can stay informed and inspired about the important work you’re contributing to.

You can download the payroll deduction authority form here

Step 1: Complete your Payroll Deduction Authority form and go to MyHR.


Step 2: Search for and select Payroll Deduction Forms.


Step 3: Fill in your details, and upload your completed Payroll Deduction Authority form.


Hear from other incredible Workplace Givers...


Business Manager, Heart and Lung Services

I have been fortunate over the years to work closely with many talented and committed researchers who continue to achieve great advancements in their fields – knowing that I can contribute financially to ensure they have the time and resources to do their valuable work is a great feeling.

Becoming a Workplace Giver is such an easy process and even the smallest amount contributes to the biggest research achievements.

Dr Eamonn

Researcher and Geriatrician

If you want to help patients, it’s important to be supporting research to make that possible.

One way of doing that is by becoming a Workplace Giver.

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