Payroll giving is a HM Customs & Revenue scheme that enables employees to donate tax free through their pay to any charity in the UK.
What are the benefits?
Payroll Giving (also known as ‘Give as You Earn’) is one of the most effective ways for you to support the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Payroll giving is simple to join and tax-free. This means for example, if you donate £4.00 in payroll giving per month from your salary your donation will actually be worth £5.00 to the Howard League for Penal Reform - and better still there’s no extra cost to you. Payroll giving is one of the easiest ways for employees to give regularly to charity – it’s simple, flexible and tax-efficient. Employees choose how much they want to give each month (minimum £1), and the charities they want to support. The donation is then taken from their pay before tax, so it costs them less.
What are the benefits for The Howard League for Penal Reform?
Payroll giving supplies the Howard League for Penal Reform with a vital source of regular income. It provides us with regular, reliable donations, allowing us to plan ahead and budget for the future.
What are the benefits for employees?
Payroll giving is an easy, tax-effective way to give to charity – so it costs employees less to give more. The system is easy to opt in and out of, giving donors full control over their giving.
To make a regular payroll donation and help the Howard League for Penal Reform continue its work please, follow these three simple steps:
- Check with your payroll department that your company is registered with a Payroll Giving agency.
- Complete a payroll giving form and submit it to your employer.
- If you ever want to stop giving or change the amount you give, just contact your payroll department at work. Should your company not be registered with a Payroll Giving agency, please email us and we can advise your employer how to sign up.
What's it worth?
Cost to you
Basic rate tax payer
Cost to you
Higher rate tax payer