Give as you earn
When you donate to the us through your pay packet, known as payroll giving, your donations are taken before tax is deducted and are therefore worth more. If, for example, your salary is taxed at 20%, your donation will be worth 20% more because it’s taken before tax is applied.
Anyone can sign up if their pay or pension is taxed through PAYE and their employer offers the ‘Give as you earn’ scheme.
Not sure if you’re eligible?
Don’t worry. Just click on the link above, fill out the form and our payroll partners will find out for you. If your employer isn’t set up with the scheme they will be given the opportunity to sign up and will receive support if they choose to do so.
How does payroll giving work?
Give as you earn, or payroll giving, is regulated by HM Revenue and Customs and administered by a number of approved organisations. The form above has been set up by our approved partner Payroll Giving In Action, who will investigate whether your employer has a payroll giving scheme and get you signed up at no additional cost to you or the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Your details will be used to process your request, and your data will not be shared with other third-party organisations.
What’s in it for me?
Once you’re signed up you’ll be given the opportunity to opt in or opt out from updates from us. By choosing to hear from us you’ll receive regular updates about our work and how you are making a difference, including three annual newsletters. If you don’t want to hear from us your wishes will be respected.
How much does payroll giving raise?
Every year, over £130,000 is donated by supporters through payroll giving, making an incredible difference to children and adults with CF across the UK.
Research we fund
We fund research to tackle some of the most pressing issues in CF today. Find out how your donations are making a difference.
What is CF?
Cystic fibrosis, or CF, affects the lungs, digestive system and other organs. There are around 11,000 people living with it in the UK.
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