NHS has a workplace giving program whereby staff can choose to donate a few dollars a week out of their wage to the charity of their choice and NHS will match their donation dollar for dollar.
In the first five years of the workplace giving program, NHS and it's staff has donated over $38,000 to charities.
Through the workplace giving program, NHS and its staff regularly donate to the following charities:
Camp Quality is a non profit organisation that is committed to bringing hope and happiness to every child living with cancer, their families and communities through ongoing quality recreational, educational, hospital and financial support programs. Donations assist in sending a child to camp.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT
Guide Dogs is the only provider of the full range of Orientation and Mobility services to the blind and vision impaired community in NSW and the ACT. All their services are provided free of charge to all clients and they receive no government funding so they are totally reliant on donors.
Learning For Life
Helps an underprivileged child get the most out of their education by helping to fund tutoring, mentoring, coaching and literacy programs. Run by the Smith Family.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Australia
Donations are used to fund research to find a cure for diabetes. JDRF is the world’s leading non-profit, non-governmental contributor to diabetes research.
National Breast Cancer Foundation
Donations are used in much needed breast cancer research help women and their families today and into the future.
Donations enable RSPCA NSW to continue its work to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection.
Donations help some seriously ill kids smile.