Welcome to our example Payroll Giving / Give As You Earn hub. This site shows some of the features and pages we can provide for employers, 100% free of charge. Please feel free to navigate around this site and even submit a 'Join Now' request to see how it works for employees; we won't process anything received through this page.

Payroll Giving

Supporting your favourite charity

Give more to the causes close to your heart - straight from your pay, tax-free

Are you wild about wildlife? Passionate about curing disease? Hoping to make life better for the world's poorest? Whatever the charity, you can support the causes close to your heart with a donation from your pay.

You can make regular, tax-free donations to any charity of your choice. Donations are taken each month from your salary before tax, which means more money goes to your charity.

Which charity...?

You can donate to any charity (or charities) you want, with any donation amount which will show as one deduction from your pay and will all receive the full tax saving. You can choose to support as many causes as you like.

If you'd like to give from your pay, but you aren't sure which causes to support, you'll find some suggestions on the Charities page.

If you have more questions please see the FAQs page.

How do I start, or amend a donation?

Click Join Now page on the menu bar and complete the form to start your Payroll Giving donation. If you are already giving from your pay and would like to make updates please select the relevant option to either add to your donation or replace the instructions. For more info visit the FAQs page.

Benefits of Payroll Giving
  • Regular income allows charities to budget and plan for the future
  • Donations are tax-free, it costs you less to give more
  • Can support multiple charities with one deduction from pay
  • Less administration for your charity (no GiftAid claims)
  • Safe and secure - no bank details
  • Start, stop and change your gifts at any time
  • You choose your communication preferences, and can remain anonymous