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Payroll giving to MSF

Payroll Giving is an easy and tax-effective way to make regular donations, and the only way that your donation can automatically go up to 45 percent further.

By giving to us regularly from your pay, we automatically receive the tax you would have paid on the donation (your payroll department sort this out for us).

Also, we do not need to claim Gift Aid back on this, so less admin for us, and no Direct Debit needed from you.

Workplace Giving is also the only way for anyone paying 40 percent or 45 percent tax to give us all their tax on a donation automatically, so if you earn over £42,385 per year then this is the best way for you to support us tax effectively.

You donate to us on a monthly basis

We receive

(20% tax payer)

We receive

(40% tax payer *)

We receive

(45% tax payer*)

















* Please note that we have calculated that the 40 percent higher rate tax band starts after earning £41,865 GROSS per year (including personal allowance of £10,000) and 45 percent super tax is applicable to those earning over £150,000 gross per year (this includes any and all personal allowances that might or might not be applicable).

Matched giving

Some employers also offer to match your donations through their payroll giving schemes.

Why not ask your employer if they will match your gift?

Setting up payroll giving

If you or your employers would like to discuss setting up payroll giving please contact James Stickley in our fundraising team.

Or, you can set up payroll giving by following this link.

Making a normal donation

Alternatively, if you would like to set-up a one-off or regular donation then please click here.