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Payroll and matched giving

Payroll giving

Payroll giving is a scheme that enables your employees to give to any UK charity straight from their gross salary (before tax is deducted), and to receive immediate tax relief of up to £4 for every £10 donated.

The benefits to you as a company are that the scheme is quick and easy to set-up and administer. Payroll giving is a great way for you to demonstrate commitment to the causes that your employees care about. It can also aid retention and recruitment of staff, and enable you to generate a sustainable income stream to charities.

The benefits to Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland are that it provides a regular, reliable donation stream that allows us to plan ahead and budget for the future.

To set up a payroll giving scheme, all you have to do is sign up with a Payroll Giving Agency who will transmit the donations on your behalf – it’s as easy as that.

Matched giving

To show you are supportive of the work your employees are doing for charity many companies often agree to match donations made by individual employees. Either matching a sponsored challenge amount or perhaps match an employee’s contribution through Payroll Giving.

The amount you could match is, of course, flexible and can be a limited sum per person.

Call us on 03455 211 600 for more information or email us.

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