Set up payroll giving to support The Brain Charity
Traditional payroll giving allows anyone who pays UK income tax to give regularly to charity, tax free.
A monthly, weekly or fortnightly donation to The Brain Charity will be taken from your salary each payday, before tax is deducted.
Because the money comes out of your gross pay, you pay less for your donation.
Regular donations also help us plan ahead, meaning our vital front line services can better support more people with neurological conditions.
What is payroll giving? All about how it works
Payroll giving is the most tax-efficient way to donate to The Brain Charity.
The table below illustrates how the scheme saves you money.
|As a 20% taxpayer
|As a 40% taxpayer
|As a 45% taxpayer
*If your employer chooses to pay the 25p administration charge, otherwise it is this figure less 25p.
Ready to sign up to support The Brain Charity via payroll giving?
To sign up to support The Brain Charity via payroll giving today, just click this link.
You’ll need to know your employee or staff number and your national insurance number. You will also need to quote The Brain Charity’s registered charity number: 1114999.
Pennies from Heaven: donate payroll pennies to The Brain Charity
Pennies from Heaven is the penny giving scheme that allows everyone in the workplace to turn their small change into a big change for The Brain Charity.
Individuals sign up once and from then on every salary is rounded down to the nearest pound, with the pennies donated to The Brain Charity. This means if an employee’s monthly net pay was £850.34, then 34p would be donated. The most you can ever give is 99p every time you are paid.
It is different to traditional payroll giving schemes as only pennies are donated and everyone in the workplace gives to the same charity.