Payroll Deduction – ENROLL NOW!
You can make ongoing change.
School is a safe haven for children facing uncertainties at home. Our schools provide those students who lack basic necessities with stability and support. We are also dedicated to providing access to extracurricular activities that give students an outlet, a touchstone, and a springboard for their ambitions.
In order to continue helping kids in need, the Education Foundation of Ottawa requires your regular donations to offer ongoing support. Your payroll gifts make long-term programming and assistance possible. That means that children will get what they need, when they need it.
Did you know?
$10 per pay provides snacks to an entire class for a year.
$20 per pay supports a child’s sports, arts, or specialized camp registration.
$50 per pay will provide 20 students with new warm winter clothing.
A gift that comes from your pay cheque.
As an OCDSB Employee you can make learning possible for all students, inside and outside of the classroom, by signing up for a payroll deduction. It’s an easy way to fit a donation into your budget – a gift with every pay cheque means your donation creates change all year.
To support the Education Foundation of Ottawa through your paycheck, please click and fill out this Payroll Deduction form and return it to Education Foundation of Ottawa, 133 Greenbank Rd, Ottawa ON, K2H 6L3.
Some charitable giving tax guidelines:
- Donations to charity are deducted from taxes (both federal and provincial) in the form of a tax credit applied directly against taxes payable. There is a 21.6% tax credit allowed for charitable donations of less than $200 and 46% for donations of $200 or more per year.
- Gifts through payroll deduction are recorded on your annual T-4, which will be your charitable tax receipt.
- Donations made by other methods will receive an annual charitable tax receipt from the Education Foundation of Ottawa, which is a registered charity #823738349RR0001
- Canada Revenue Agency has a First-Time Donor’s Super Credit with a 40% federal credit for donations of $200 or less and a 54% federal credit for the portion of donations over $200 but not exceeding $1,000.