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Payroll Giving Donation Form

To set up a donation from your pay to your chosen charity/ies, complete this form and press the submit button. All of the information is required to successfully process your request. If you do not provide all the correct information then there may be delays in your donation.

Choosing a Charity Show

Animal Welfare

  • Cats Protection
  • Dogs for Good
  • Dogs Trust
  • IFAW
  • PDSA
  • RSPCA
  • SSPCA
  • Together For Animals
  • USPCA
  • Whale & Dolphin Conservation

Children

  • Aberlour
  • Barnardo's
  • Bliss
  • Children in Crisis
  • Children in Crossfire
  • Children's Society
  • CLIC Sargent
  • GOSH Children's Charity
  • Lullaby Trust
  • Make-A-Wish
  • Muscular Dystrophy UK
  • NSPCC
  • Plan International UK
  • Rainbow Trust Children's Charity
  • Roald Dahls Marvellous Childrens Charity
  • Save the Children UK
  • Tiny Life
  • Together for Short Lives
  • Tree of Hope
  • Unicef UK
  • Whizz-Kidz

Conservation and Environment

  • Aspinall Foundation
  • Friends of the Earth Charitable Trust
  • Friends of the Earth Scotland
  • Pure Leapfrog
  • RSPB
  • Scottish Wildlife Trust
  • Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
  • Woodland Trust
  • World Animal Protection
  • WWF UK

Consortium

  • Bighearted Scotland
  • Blindcare
  • Charities at Work
  • Child Concern Consortium
  • Childlife
  • Naomi House Children's Hospice
  • Northern Ireland Charities Together
  • Worldwide People for People
  • Yorkshire Charities Group

Disability

  • Action for Mental Health
  • Action on Hearing Loss
  • Autism NI
  • Capability Scotland
  • Contact
  • Disability Action
  • ENHAM (Enabling Partnership)
  • Guide Dogs
  • Help for Heroes
  • Leonard Cheshire Disability
  • Listening Books
  • Mencap
  • Mental Health Foundation
  • Mental Health UK
  • National Autistic Society
  • National Deaf Children's Society
  • Riding for Disabled Association
  • RNIB
  • SANE
  • Scope
  • SeeAbility
  • Sense
  • Sense Scotland
  • Special Olympics Great Britain
  • Spinal Injuries Association
  • Stroke Association
  • United Response

Homelessness

  • Centrepoint
  • Connection at St Martin's
  • Crisis
  • Salvation Army
  • Shelter
  • St Mungo's

Human Rights

  • Amnesty International UK
  • OXFAM

International

  • Action Aid
  • Alongside Africa
  • British Red Cross
  • CAFOD
  • Child Hope
  • Christian Aid
  • Concern Ireland
  • Concern Worldwide
  • Hope For Children
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres
  • Mission Aviation Fellowship UK
  • Practical Action
  • Sight Savers International
  • VSO
  • WaterAid

Medical Research and Care

  • Action Cancer
  • Action Medical Research
  • Addaction
  • Against Breast Cancer
  • Alzheimer Scotland
  • Alzheimers Research UK
  • Alzheimers Society
  • Anthony Nolan
  • Arthritis Research UK
  • Asthma UK
  • Bloodwise
  • Bowel and Cancer Research
  • Bowel Cancer UK
  • Bowel Disease Research Foundation
  • Brain Research Trust
  • Breast Cancer Now
  • British Heart Foundation
  • Cancer Focus Northern Ireland
  • Cancer Research UK
  • Changing Faces
  • Cystic Fibrosis Trust
  • Diabetes UK
  • Diabetes UK (N.Ireland)
  • Epilepsy Scotland
  • Epilepsy Society
  • Hope for Tomorrow
  • Hospice UK
  • Kidney Research UK
  • Laura Crane Trust
  • Leukaemia UK
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Marie Curie
  • Meningitis Now
  • Mildmay Mission Hospital
  • Mind
  • MND Scotland
  • MS Society
  • NI Chest Heart & Stroke (NICHS)
  • Ovarian Cancer Action
  • Parkinsons UK
  • Prostate Cancer UK
  • Rethink
  • Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
  • Scottish Cot Death Trust
  • Spinal Research
  • Tenvous Cancer Care
  • Terrence Higgins Trust
  • The Institute of Cancer Research

Older People

  • Age UK
  • Aid for the Aged in Distress
  • Independent Age

Rescue and Lifesaving

  • County Air Ambulance
  • Devon Air Ambulance
  • Kent Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance
  • London's Air Ambulance
  • Midlands Air Ambulance Charity
  • RNLI
  • St John Ambulance

Service Personnel

  • ABF The Soldiers Charity
  • Prison Service Trust
  • Royal British Legion
  • The Fire Fighters

Welfare

  • Carers UK
  • Education Support Partnership
  • Home-Start UK
  • Quarriers
  • Retail Trust
  • Samaritans
  • SSAFA
  • The Big Help Project
  • The Trussell Trust
  • Victim Support
  • Welsh Women's Aid
  • YMCA
  • YMCA Scotland

FAQs Show

Q. What makes Payroll Giving so easy?

A. You only need to complete a single form to start your donation; everything else is done for you.

Q. Is Payroll Giving tax efficient?

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
Rate Taxpayer
Cost to Higher
Rate Taxpayer
Cost to Super
Rate Taxpayer
£5.00 per month £4.00 £3.00 £2.75
£8.00 per month £6.40 £4.80 £4.40
£10.00 per month £8.00 £6.00 £5.50
£15.00 per month £12.00 £9.00 £8.25

Q. Can I give to more than one charity?

A. Yes, you can add several charities to this form and you can always complete a second form should you need to.

Q. What happens next?

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.

Q. Is it easy to cancel my donation?

A. Yes, just contact your payroll department and they will be happy to stop the deductions.

Q. What if I have more questions about my donation?

A. Call our team on 01227 361 960 or email queries@stcpayrollgiving.co.uk

Q. What if I have a complaint?

A. You will find full details of our Complaints Procedure, escalation of complaints and how to complain on our website http://www.stcpayrollgiving.co.uk/downloads/Complaints_Policy.pdf
The APGO
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.


1. Personal Details
2. Employment Details
*To process your donation you must provide details of how to contact your employer and also either a Payroll Number OR a National Insurance Number. If you are able to provide both then there is less chance that your donation will be delayed.
3. Donation Details
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STC Disclosure Statement February 2018

StC Payroll Giving Ltd Reg Number: 7416962 is a professional fundraising organisation. Our services to all involved in the setup and ongoing administration of your Payroll Giving donation are varied and far-reaching; however only if support is generated from our work are we paid a one-off fee by the charities we represent. 

Please visit http://www.stcpayrollgiving.co.uk/charity-partners/ for the full list of charities we represent. 

 We estimate that our annual remuneration this year will be in the region of £670,000, for a projected income of £13,500,000, which will be proportionately shared (in accordance with donations made) by the 175 charities we are contracted to. The average life of a Payroll Giver is 8.5 years.
Safeguarding your personal data

The personal data supplied on this form will be used to enable your donation to reach your chosen charity/charities. Your personal data will be shared with your chosen charity(s) to the extent necessary to allow them to match your donation with the personal data held about you. Your personal data will also be shared with your employer (and their payroll/flexible benefits agents, if any) and the relevant Payroll Giving Agency in order to facilitate your donation. You may be contacted in the event of a specific query needed to resolve the processing of your data for these purposes. Some charities use a Third Party for support services, with whom they are contracted, and with whom they may share your data for processing purposes. To view your chosen charity’s privacy statement, please visit their website. 


Opting in to receive charity marketing communications means you can see how your chosen charity(ies) use your donations to help provide their services. “Marketing” consists of any communication which promotes a charity or its values, so could be anything from a newsletter to a specific appeal. 

Using the boxes below, please indicate which channels your charity may use to send you marketing. 

Ticking as many boxes as possible gives your charity the option of choosing which way works best for them. 

Please note that you can change your contact preferences at any time by contacting the charity.

We will never share your details without consent.
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Our full Donor Privacy Policy is detailed at
www.stcpayrollgiving.co.uk/downloads/Donor_Privacy_Policy.pdf
4. DECLARATION:

I understand that by clicking submit below I am confirming the terms of the declaration.

DECLARATION: I declare that my payroll giving donation will not be used in payment of a covenant or gift aid. I have read and understood the statement above.

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