Donate to TASC through your salary - TASC

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Donate through your salary

Payroll giving is a great way to donate to TASC. It gives us a reliable source of income to help us plan for a future where we can continue to support ambulance staff, their families, and ambulance service volunteers when they need it most.

Donate to TASC through your salary

What is payroll giving?

Payroll giving (also known as Give As You Earn or GAYE) is a highly efficient way of giving. If you sign up to a payroll giving scheme, a donation will be deducted from your salary or pension before you’re taxed. This means it costs you less to help us.

You decide how much you would like to give TASC every pay day. There is no upper or lower limit. HMRC makes up the remainder of the donation at no cost to you. If your circumstances change, you can always reduce or increase your donation and its frequency.

Here are some examples of what donations would cost you in take-home pay:

  • a £5 donation will cost you £4 (at 20% tax), £3 (at 40% tax)
  • a £10 donation will cost you £8 (at 20% tax), £6 (at 40% tax)
  • a £15 donation will cost you £12 (at 20% tax), £9 (at 40% tax)

Some employers also offer ‘matched giving’ schemes where they match or double a donation at no extra cost to you.

Payroll giving

Sign up to payroll giving

To set up a regular donation via your payroll, please email our Fundraising Team at fundraising@theasc.org.uk 

Why your support is important

  • Information for employers

    Payroll giving is one of the easiest and most effective ways to raise money for charity. You can register your company through an HMRC approved Payroll Giving Agency (PGA) such as:

    The agency will guide you through all the necessary steps to complete your registration and will answer any questions. Once done, your employees should complete a Payroll Giving Form, specifying their chosen charity and donation details.

    The benefits of running a GAYE scheme:

    • it is easy to set up
    • there is minimal admin with low running costs
    • it is a simple way to meet your CSR objectives
    • increases staff morale
    • brings a simple and effective way of being part of a worthwhile cause