Joining our Payroll Giving scheme
Setting up a donation through your pay is simple. However you are paid - whether monthly, weekly or every four weeks – you can give to the NSPCC in a tax effective way through your pay.
- Sign up to Payroll Giving online via one our Payroll Giving partners – Payroll Giving in Action – and the NSPCC won't be charged a penny.
- Payroll Giving in Action will then get in touch with your employer who will then start to deduct the donation from your salary (before tax).
- Your donation should start within three months.
Alternatively, contact the NSPCC Payroll Giving team by emailing email@example.com and we'll help you talk to your employer directly about payroll giving.
If you change employers you'll need to set up a new payroll gift, and if you'd like to pause or cancel your payroll donation, you'll need to talk to your employer's payroll or HR team.
If your employer doesn't have a Payroll Giving scheme, don't worry. You can still make a huge difference to children by setting up a monthly direct debit to the NSPCC.
Or you can download the materials below, to help your employer set up a Payroll Giving scheme.
How Payroll Giving helps children
Abuse changes childhoods. But so can we.
Your donation each pay day, direct from your salary, will make sure that when a child needs a helping hand, we're there. We help children rebuild their lives, and we find ways to prevent abuse ruining anymore.
See how giving as you earn works
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