See if your employer has a scheme with us by using the search below.
To begin the search, start typing your employer’s name below.
After 3 letters a drop-down will appear, you may need to enter more letters to see your employer.
- If your employer appears in the drop-down:
Click your employer's name to be taken to our Donation Choice Form.
Here you can submit instructions to start, stop or amend your Payroll Giving donations.
- If your employer does not appear in the drop-down:
It may be that your employer does not currently offer Payroll Giving; contact your HR or payroll department to find out.
If they do not currently offer Payroll Giving you can direct them to our website here.
The Payroll Giving scheme enables you to donate regularly from your gross pay/pension to charities of your choice.
The donations are taken from your pay/pension before income tax is applied, making it a tax-effective way to give.
We offer two different options for your Payroll Giving donations:
Fields marked with an asterisk * are required and must be completed to submit the form.
These details will not be shared with your chosen charities
unless requested within the Contact Preferences section.
By proceeding you agree to your Employer Details being shared
with your chosen charities.
Please choose the statement below which best describes this instruction.
Complete this section to send your donation to charity. The deduction will happen from next month’s pay, processed by us in the following month and reach your chosen charity within the first few days of the month after.
E.g. An instruction submitted in January will be deducted from February salary, we will process this in March and your donation will reach the charity within the first few days of April. If you have chosen to make a regular donation then this donation will continue monthly thereafter.
The minimum total donation across your chosen charities is £5.
Should it be impossible to pass on a donation (e.g. if the charity ceases to exist, or cannot be identified/adequately verified) Charitable Giving shall, at its sole discretion, identify an alternative charity (with similar charitable objectives to that originally nominated) to be the recipient of the donation.
Complete this section to start, stop or amend funding to an Options Account.
An Options Account can be used to store and accumulate funds for your charitable giving, until you decide to donate, withdrawals can only be made to UK registered charities.
Additional charges may apply.
Please ensure that you have read the Terms & Conditions before applying for an Individual Options Account.
Further information can be found here.
I have read and agreed with the Terms & Conditions
of an Individual Options Account.
Should it be impossible to pass on a donation (e.g. if the charity ceases to exist, or cannot be identified/adequately verified) Charitable Giving shall, at its sole discretion, identify an alternative charity (with similar charitable objectives to that originally nominated) to be the recipient of the donation
I agree that electronic transmission to and receipt by Charitable Giving of the data contained within this form constitutes my authority to affect the instructions herein.