As referenced in our Complaints Procedure, we are members of self-regulatory body called The Association of Payroll Giving Organisations (The APGO) and as such, we follow a strictly enforced code of conduct that, above all, ensures that employees are able to give to any UK charity regardless of whether or not we represent that cause.
A. Yes, your donation comes straight from your pay before income tax, which means the charity gets the benefit of the tax straight away. Example of how much a donation actually costs you:
|Employee Pledges||Cost to Standard |
|Cost to Higher |
|Cost to Super |
|£7.50 per month||£6.00||£4.50||£4.13|
|£10.00 per month||£8.00||£6.00||£5.50|
|£15.00 per month||£12.00||£9.00||£8.25|
|£20.00 per month||£16.00||£12.00||£11.00|
A. Yes, you can add several charities to this form and you can always complete a second form should you need to.
A. Once deducted from your salary, your donation will be passed in full to the HM Revenue & Customs approved agency your employer is contracted with who is responsible for disbursing monies to the relevant beneficiaries per your instructions. At this stage, there is a small fee payable dependent on the agency (the agency receives this, not StC Payroll Giving - details available on request). In many cases your employer will cover the cost.
A. Yes, just contact your payroll department and they will be happy to stop the deductions.
A. Call our team on 01227 375 363 or email email@example.com