Payroll giving is a great way to give your employees the chance to give something back. It enables them to give a monthly donation to us tax free.
Make the difference to thousands of lives by making a regular donation through your payroll.
Alder Hey Children's Charity relies upon generous people like you, who support our ground-breaking research, help us to purchase vital medical equipment and improve our patients' experience.
You can help us provide outstanding care to more children by donating to us each payday. It is a simple, easy and effective way to make the difference.
Payroll Giving is a simple and tax efficient way to donate regularly to Alder Hey Children's Charity directly from your salary.
See how little it will cost you each month to make a real difference to the hospital:
|Your Pledge||Actual cost to you |
(standard rate taxpayer – 20%)
|Actual cost to you
(higher rate taxpayer – 40%)
Whatever the size of the business, Payroll Giving is quick, easy and inexpensive to put into place.
There are real business benefits to your company offering Payroll Giving, such as:
That's simple. All you need to do is fill in the form and take it to your payroll department. You may not see your donation coming out straight away but don't worry, sometimes your money may take a few weeks to get to us, but you will see your donation appearing on your payslip within a month or so.
Your employer may not know about Payroll Giving and the endless benefits it has to both you and us, so why not direct them to this website or call us and we’ll guide them on how to set up a scheme.
We hope to answer any questions you have about Payroll Giving below, but if not then please contact us on 0151 252 5716 or email email@example.com.
Payroll giving works in 4 simple steps:
Donations go through this process in order to be more tax efficient.
All companies that have a Payroll Giving scheme in place are registered with a Payroll Giving Agency (PGA). PGAs administer Payroll Giving schemes in the workplace, handle all donations on behalf of businesses and make sure that these funds are distributed to the nominated charities.
This is entirely at your discretion. You can stop, start, decrease or increase your donation whenever you like. Simply tell your payroll department, giving them at least one month’s notice.
Your employer will need to register with an HM Revenue & Customs approved Payroll Giving Agency and have the facility to make pre-tax deductions to your payroll system.
Simply print off the Payroll Giving form and pass it onto your employers to get the ball rolling.
Whatever the size of the company you work for, Payroll Giving is quick and easy to put into place so your employer should be very open to setting up the scheme.
Payroll Giving is a voluntary donation and you can stop it at any time or change the amount you give by telling your payroll department, giving them one month's notice. You can also give to more than one charity at once.
Your donation is very important to us and we will write to thank you. We may also send you updates on our work and the progress of our appeals. You can also ask your payroll department to ask the Payroll Giving Agency for confirmation that your donation has been received.
Yes, if you receive an occupational pension and your pension provider deducts tax through the PAYE system, you are still eligible for the scheme. Simply ask your occupational pension provider to make a donation from your pension before tax has been deducted.
If you leave employment your Payroll Giving donation will automatically stop. It is up to you to contact the payroll department at your next employer if you wish to start giving through the scheme again.
If you have any queries regarding making a donation to Alder Hey Children's Charity, then please call our team on 0151 252 5716.