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Fundraise for Delta

Helps us ensure our very special Delta therapy dogs can continue to bring joy to the lives of those who need it the most. When you fundraise for us funds go directly to supporting our incredible volunteers and their dogs. 

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Create or join a fundraiser

 

It’s so easy to show your support,  simply select gofundraise and start fundraising for Delta Therapy Dogs!

You can join an existing event (such as a running, walking or cycling event) or you create your very own event. Maybe you and your dog could launch your own personal challenge and ask your friends and family to support you? Or about arrange a local community event?

However you choose to support Delta, just like our Therapy Dogs from Great Danes to Chihuahuas, donations of any size will make an amazing difference in someone’s life.

Thank you for your generous support!

Workplace Giving

 Workplace Giving is a great way to support Delta Therapy Dogs.

 

Workplace Giving allows employees to donate to charity regularly through their employer's payroll system. The benefits of Workplace Giving is that the donations are made from the employee's pre-tax salary.

We can work with employers to develop a wonderful, long lasting and mutually beneficial relationship designed to inspire employees, and provide you with a truly unique insight into the impact you are helping to create. 

 

The program also encourages employees to engage with the charities supported by their organisation through initiatives such as volunteering and fundraising events.

The concept is a win-win-win for workers, employers and us. No matter how small the amount, employees get to donate to Delta Therapy Dogs, employers enjoy greater staff engagement and retention, and we receive reliable, regular funds that help us to achieve our purpose of helping animals and people bring joy to each other. 

To find out more about signing your organisation up to our Workplace Giving program, please email us at info@deltatherapydogs.org.au.

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