“Payroll Giving sits at the heart of Royal Mail’s Community Investment strategy. Our employees have been supporting numerous charities through their pay forover 30 years and, in that time, have raised over £67 million for good causes.  Royal Mail is passionate about Payroll Giving and we have always encouraged employees to take full advantage of this tax-free form of giving to enable them to support causes important to them.”

Penelope Amatt, Head of ESG Reporting and Community Investment, Royal Mail

"Our Partners value making a difference, not only at work, but in their everyday lives. Payroll Giving makes it convenient and easy to help our Partners make ongoing donations to the causes closest to them. Through Payroll Giving, our Partners have created impact and relevance when and where it matters, meaning more donors to more charities and a better understanding of Payroll Giving in general."  
Stacey MacDougall, Health and Wellbeing Development Manager,  John Lewis & Partners

“We love Payroll Giving at Mitchells & Butlers, our team have wholeheartedly embraced giving from their pay as a quick and easy way to support their favourite causes. We’re delighted to offer the scheme and would encourage any other employers to provide it for their teams too, it’s a win win!”
Lauren Collier, Reward & Policy Manager, Mitchells & Butlers

"Payroll Giving exemplifies how payroll and HR can be a force for good within an organisation, aligning business goals with societal impact. Offering a payroll giving scheme is a fantastic way for employers to facilitate their employers to give to charity in a financially beneficial way, not only to themselves, but also to their charity of choice."
Samantha O’Sullivan, Policy Lead at CIPP

"Payroll Giving is part and parcel of Cancer Research UK’s payroll offering. It takes very little time to administer but offers our staff a great way to support their favourite causes. We have only recently re-promoted our Payroll Giving scheme because it is important to make all the staff members aware of the scheme and enable them an easy way to start their regular gift."
Kresh Veerasamy, Payroll & Systems Specialist, CRUK

“Payroll Giving is such an easy way to support charities and from a payroll point of view very easy and quick scheme to administer. It might seemlike a yet another task amongst others, however the impact of these contributions will benefit many organisations in the UK and beyond.”
‍Sean Hoskin, Payroll Manager, Gousto

"Payroll Giving is such a valuable form of fundraising to the RSPCA. It gives us regular monthly income which means that we can plan ahead. There is less administration, as no Gift Aid forms to complete. The donations we receive are vital and could pay the running costs of one of our animal centres for a year."
Julia Brown, Payroll Giving Manager, RSPCA

"Samaritans is there for anyone who needs us. With Payroll Giving, our supporters can be there every month too. Donating through Payroll Giving is a simple, tax-effective way to really make a difference. Last year, the income earned from Payroll Giving helped Samaritans answer 16,000 calls for help."
Sarah Weber, Individual Giving Manager, The Samaritans

Payroll Giving provides Together for Animals with a vital regular source of income, allowing us to provide lifesaving care for animals desperately in need. As a small charity, Payroll Giving is a key source of income. Payroll Giving helps us support so many animals in need each year.”
Caroline Gaskin, Development Manager, Together for Animals

Payroll Giving is a great way to support a charity of your choice. During the pandemic it has provided a steady, regular source of income for Cancer Research UK as well as for many other charities. It has been great to see so many charities get involved in Payroll Giving week in 2022 and we hope to see many more charities and employers involved in 2023.”
Mervi Slade, Product & Programme Manager - Payroll Giving, Cancer Research UK

“Payroll Giving offers a vital source of income to Barnardo’s. Our services are facing even greater demand against a backdrop of increased child poverty. These same pressures apply for numerous charities which is why we are supporting Payroll Giving Month. This month has helped to raise the profile of this tax-efficient method of giving, vital to many charities and causes during these financially challenging times.” 
Terry Stokes, Head of Payroll Giving, Barnardo’s

“Payroll Giving remains a resilient and vital source of fundraising for the UK charity sector at this most difficult of times. We fully support Payroll Giving Week, an opportunity to thank companies and their employees for their continued generosity and to all the recipient charities for their determination and resolution to carry out their much-needed work.”
APGO (Association of Payroll Giving Organisations)

"Across the UK, one in four people that need end of lifecare are not getting the support they need. With our payroll givers, we are able to work towards ensuring that end of life care is there for everyone that needs it. Our payroll givers collectively make up nearly 10% of our fundraised income. We love our payroll givers as they enable us to continue supporting over 200 hospices across the UK as they care for over 300,000 people and their families every year.”
Amy Foster, Senior Supporter Engagement Executive, Hospice UK