Payroll Giving is a simple, efficient and flexible scheme, which allows you to donate to any UK registered charity of your choice by a direct deduction from your wage. All donations given in this way are tax effective so the charity receives your donation and the tax you would have paid on this amount.

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Seafarers UK

Seafarers Awareness Week Since 2010 Seafarers UK has coordinated and promoted an annual Seafarers Awareness Week. Every year we choose a fresh theme for Seafarers Awareness Week. In 2019 Seafarers UK will be focusing on raising awareness of the UK’s commercial fishing industry, especially the skippers and crews of fishing vessels of all sizes, from under-10m beach-launched boats, to the huge pelagic trawlers operating out of major ports such as Peterhead and Plymouth. Seafarers UK has already called upon Government to ensure that fishermen’s lives are as well protected as the fish they catch. This plea followed in the wake of a major research project – commissioned by Seafarers UK – that focused on a diverse selection of the UK ports and harbours, culminating in the publication of a free 48-page Fishing for a Future report.

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Benefits for an individual charity:

  • Regular, reliable unrestricted income stream, which allows a charity to plan ahead and budget for the future
  • Low administration costs as the PGAs transfer the donations to the charity’s bank account and supply donor information at a nominal cost. Some employers cover this cost.
  • Charity receives total donation including tax without having to reclaim tax at a later date.
  • Many employers choose to match their employees gifts, some even double-match their contributions
  • When Payroll Giving is included as part of a company’s CSR or CCI initiative, such as Charity of the Year, Payroll Giving can provide a legacy of giving which continues long after the original partnership has ended.


Sense International

Sense International


Sense International is a leading global charity supporting people with deafblindness in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Nepal, Peru, Romania, Tanzania and Uganda. Children with deafblindness in these countries desperately need to receive education and healthcare. Without this, many will lead short, lonely lives.

 

Listening Books

Listening Books


We are a UK charity providing a fantastic selection of high-quality audiobooks to some 50,000 people across the UK who find it difficult or impossible to read due to an illness, disability, learning or mental health difficulty. We help a wide range of organisations and individuals and provide our audiobooks on 3 easily accessible formats: through the post on MP3 CD, or downloaded and streamed online. Members can choose from a range of options to find the service that best suits their needs.

 

National Animal Welfare Trust

National Animal Welfare Trust


National Animal Welfare Trust rehome over 1,200 homeless animals every year.

Rescue centres are often a last resort for pets in need and seen as unhappy environments for poor unwanted animals. We’re working to change that by transforming our centres into educational facilities, which offer every animal the enrichment and training they need for a happier future.

Whilst still catering for every animal’s basic care requirements, we’re also improving their journey through rescue to a loving home.

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It is our belief that every animal deserves a responsible, loving owner and we strive to find that for all animals that come into our care.

Our Open Paw training programme works to enrich the lives of animals during their time in rescue, train them and prepare them for life in a new home.

 

British Lung Foundation

British Lung Foundation


We're the only UK charity looking after the nation's lungs. One in five of us has problems with our breathing. Millions more are at risk. We offer hope, help and a voice to anyone affected by any lung condition.

 

Marie Curie

Marie Curie


Marie Curie is here to help anyone with a terminal illness.

 

Marie Curie Nurses work night and day, in people’s homes across the UK, providing hands-on care and vital emotional support. If you’re living with a terminal illness, they can help you stay surrounded by the people you care about most, in the place where you’re most comfortable.

 

Our hospices offer the reassurance of specialist care and support, in a friendly, welcoming environment, for people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones –whether you’re staying in the hospice, or just coming in for the day.

 

Through our information and Support services we help everyone affected by a terminal illness get the information and support they need, whether you have an illness yourself or you’re a family member or friend.

 

We’ll be by your side with care and support every step of the way, bringing light in the darkest hours.

 

Seafarers UK

Seafarers UK


In 2018 Seafarers UK delivered:

  • £2.5m in total funding
  • Over 60 beneficiary organisations aided
  • 73 grants awarded
  • 15 new organisations supported
  • £180,237  awarded in Merchant Navy Fund grants

 

Tommys

Tommys


We are delighted to be working with Payroll Giving in action to recruit payroll givers to Tommy’s. Payroll Giving is vital to us because it gives us a reliable source of regular income enabling us to plan ahead with our research projects which are dedicated to preventing pregnancy problems and saving babies' lives.

Lia Fyles, Marketing Director.

 

CALM

CALM


Our work

  • Offering support to men in the UK, of any age, who are down or in crisis via our helpline, webchat and website
  • Challenging a culture that prevents men seeking help when they need it, through CALMzine and campaigns such as #ManDictionaryand #BiggerIssues
  • Pushing for changes in policy and practice so that suicide is better prevented, via partnerships such as The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities (TASC), the National Suicide Prevention Alliance(NSPA)
  • Supporting those bereaved by suicide, through the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP), hosted by CALM, which aims to ensure that everyone bereaved or affected by suicide is offered and receives timely and appropriate support

 

The Lifeboat Fund

The Lifeboat Fund


 

Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support


Payroll Giving is a vital source of income for Macmillan Cancer Support and we believe that Professional Fundraising Organisations such as Payroll Giving in Action provide a crucial service in accessing these funds in a successful and cost effective way. Macmillan has used and will continue to use Payroll Giving in Action to promote Payroll Giving to our corporate partners who request a bespoke promotional campaign.

Jason Suckley, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Macmillan Cancer Support

 

Leuka

Leuka


27 people are diagnosed with leukaemia every day in the UK. That’s nearly 10,000 people every year who face the battle against this terrible disease.

At Leuka we invest in ground breaking research to find a cure for leukaemia and other blood cancers.

Until we make this a reality, we are dedicated to translating research into new treatments as quickly as possible, so patients can live better, longer lives.

Our founding chairman was Professor John Goldman, a pioneer in bone marrow transplantation for Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML) who wanted to bring the latest research breakthroughs from bench to bedside as quickly as possible. We started in Hammersmith hospital in 1982 and today, we support innovative cancer researchers all across the UK.

With your help, we will beat leukaemia.

 

Seafarers UK

Seafarers UK


In 2018 Seafarers UK delivered:

  • £2.5m in total funding
  • Over 60 beneficiary organisations aided
  • 73 grants awarded
  • 15 new organisations supported
  • £180,237  awarded in Merchant Navy Fund grants

 

Friends of the Cancer Centre - Northern Ireland

Friends of the Cancer Centre - Northern Ireland


We know that walking through the doors of the Cancer Centre can be daunting, but we're here to make sure you and your family get the best care possible.

Our work focuses on three key areas - patient care, patient comfort and research - and our work supports the services provided by the Health Service.  In the last year the charity has invested £1.2 million into local cancer services through the life-saving and life-changing work we support. 

If you would like information on different cancer types, treatments and support services available locally, visit the Belfast Trust Cancer Services website here.

 

Samaritans

Samaritans


 

Sense

Sense


For everyone who is deafblind. For everyone living with complex disabilities. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.

 

Barnardo’s

Barnardo’s


“Payroll Giving is providing Barnardo’s with a vital source of regular income, enabling us to plan with confidence. this means that we can continue our work at the heart of local communities, making a lasting difference to many of the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people.”

Stephen Noble, Head of Workplace Giving, Barnardo’s

 

Versus Arthritis

Versus Arthritis


Arthritis Care and Arthritis Research UK have joined forces to become Versus Arthritis, joining award-winning care with outstanding medical research.

 

The Christie Charitable Fund

The Christie Charitable Fund


The Christie charity provides enhanced services over and above what the NHS funds. Gifts from the public make a huge difference to the care and treatment that The Christie is able to provide to our patients and their families.

Whilst we have achieved a phenomenal amount thanks to the backing of our donors, this doesn’t mean we can be complacent with our achievement and we always have plans in the pipeline to further improve our services, we have big plans and ambitions for the future and all of these require your support.

We are one of the largest hospital charities in the UK with 86p in every pound going directly to the patients.

We have over 43,500 supporters , of which more than 6600 give regular gifts, and each of these have helped us to raise £15.9m last year.

 

RNLI

RNLI


 

Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity

Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity


Payroll Giving is one of the most efficient ways of supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital Children Charity, as it is a tax-free way of donating regularly to us. We're pleased to be working with Payroll Giving in Action, as a leading Payroll Giving fundraising organization and having worked in partnership with them for many years, GOSHCC is happy to endorse their credentials. They have contributed significantly to the total income raised via the Payroll Giving Scheme by recruiting donors on our behalf.

Katie Sedgwick - GOSHCC