Dr Jane Collins, Chief Executive, Marie Curie
Payroll Giving allows us to plan forward our support for people with a terminal illness. It is very hard living from year to year raising a significant amount of money and Payroll Giving, being more certain than most other income streams gives us huge benefits.
Duncan Bannatyne, Chairman, Bannatyne Group
I would urge every employer to ensure they are part of the Campaign; that they have a Payroll Giving scheme in place, promote the scheme and help to spread the word to customers and suppliers.
Suzy Christopher, Charity and Community Director, BT
Payroll Giving is really important part of BT employee engagement because it is an easy way for our people to donate to the causes they really care about. When they donate regularly we match fund so even more money goes to the charity
Seyi Obakin, Chief Executive, Centrepoint
Payroll Giving is extremely important as it gives us access to funds to help young people to go from being homeless, to having a job and having a home of their own. Payroll Giving gives lots of people the opportunity of being part of that journey for the young person.
Lisa Condron, Company Secretary, London Stock Exchange
I had a grandparent who died of bowel cancer so I opted to give £10 a month to Bowel & Cancer Research. Giving to charity direct from your salary is tax free. Because I’m a higher rate tax payer, my charity actually gets £10 for every £6 I give. That’s the really good bit.
Nick Robertson, Founder, ASOS
We have generous colleagues at ASOS and wanted to provide a scheme that gave them the flexibility to choose where they give, in the most straightforward way possible. It’s part of our company ethos now and so we would encourage any company who hasn’t yet done so to get Geared for Giving.