Donate to Agents Giving with Payroll Giving 3 Nov 2022
Payroll Giving – How does it work?
You can donate through Payroll Giving, check with your employer if they have a Payroll Giving scheme. If they don’t, please find out more at the gov.uk Payroll Giving page. Donations are taken directly from your salary before tax is deducted, through your employer. Giving via your payroll means that your donations will be increased by tax relief.
For example, if you decide to give £10 a month, it will only cost you £8 if you pay tax at the basic rate, or even less if you pay higher rate tax. BENEFITS FOR YOU Easy – Payroll Giving is quick, easy and ideal for busy people Tax effective – it’s a tax effective way of making regular charitable donations Regular support.
Payroll Giving is an excellent and straightforward way of providing ongoing support Secure – You can set up your donation without giving your bank details and you can choose how you want to be contacted.
CAF is the Charities Aid Foundation and have a Payroll Giving service called CAF Give as You Earn. It is the leading UK workplace giving scheme that enables your employees to give to any UK charity straight form their salary. Donations are tax effective because they are taken before tax is applied which means the charity gets more of the donation and costs the donor less.
Why choose CAF? It’s simple to run and keep track of instructions and donations, its trusted by thousands of charities and your employee can donate to any UK registered charity. It helps create positive PR to staff, the community and wider stakeholders. You can structure your scheme to suit you with either a charity account, donate direct to a charity or create a staff charity fund to donate onto charities of your choice.
What your donation helps Agents Giving achieve?
Your donations will help Agents Giving continue their support to many different UK charities through supporting the industry with the grant fund, agents and you with your fundraising efforts. We are able to help make a real difference to those charities who are in great need of support, the charities chosen and supported by you.