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Payroll Giving or 'Give as you Earn' is probably one of the easiest and most flexible ways of donating to a charity. This method allows an employee to give a regular or single amount direct from their income to a charity. The pledged amount is deducted after National Insurance contributions are calculated but before PAYE tax is deducted. The donation is therefore tax-free for the donor and the tax the donor would have paid goes straight to the charity instead.
If your place of employment operates a payroll giving system, you can elect to contribute to the College. Some companies also undertake a 'matched giving' scheme that means that they can double (or even more in some cases) any donations you make to a charity in this way. We have provided a list of companies operating a matched giving scheme, but this list is not exhaustive so please check with your employer if it is not on the list.
For further information visit the Give As You Earn section of the Charities Aid Foundation website, email the Development Team, call +44(0)1784 414478 or for College staff members, complete the Payroll form here and email it to the Development Team.
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