Payroll Giving - gives even more

"Simple, tax-free charitable giving direct from your pay."

Barnardos Ireland

How your money can help…….. 

€10 per month could buy educational toys for our toy libraries

€21 per month could buy essential material for our Children's Book Clubs

€44 per month could provide regular bereavement counselling for a child 

€50 per month could provide ongoing breakfast support in one of our breakfast clubs.

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Henderson Group

Henderson Group

Our Payroll Giving scheme is promoted every 6 months on a continuous basis and the uptake from our employees continuously excels our expectation every time. We price match each employee’s donation and we also pay the administration fee and over the past year we have raised in excess of £141,000 for the charities nominated by our employees.

In the past year we have increased our uptake by 17% with 752 employees now donating and a representative visits all staff regarding the scheme from night staff, weekend staff, drivers and non-English speaking staff /migrant workforce. Martin Alywood, Payroll Manager

“Payroll Giving In Action have introduced the scheme to our employees and it has acted as an excellent platform for our employees to donate to a charity of their choice. We are delighted with the response to date and we know that the funds raised will be helpful contributions to those who need it most.”

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Royal Mail

Royal Mail

Royal Mail celebrated the commitment of its people to charitable giving, as it posted a record-breaking set of results from its payroll donation scheme.

Royal Mail was among the first organisations to set up payroll giving in 1989, and its scheme is currently one of the largest in the UK. Over the last 18 years, employeeshave consistently shown their commitment to payroll giving by donating over 32 million to charity, with 27% of employees currently subscribed to the scheme.

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Royal Mail case study