Giving through your bank, through a regular automated payment, is a convenient and 'painless' method for many people. Direct Debit in particular saves time and paperwork. A small gift of just £2 or £3 a month can make a real difference to our work.
If you are interested in giving in this way, please contact us to find out more, we would love to hear from you.
Regular gifts of any amount are gratefully received.
Payroll Giving is a scheme that lets you make donations straight from your gross salary (before tax has been deducted). This means you get immediate tax relief on the value of your donation. So, for a basic rate taxpayer wanting to give a £10 donation, it will only cost £8, or just £6 for higher rate taxpayers.
Many employers also encourage the scheme by matching their employees' donations.
Payments are taken straight from your salary on a regular monthly basis. All you need to do is choose how much you want to give to The Bren Project, tell your payroll department and they will do the rest.
If you are a UK taxpayer, paid through PAYE, your company is almost certainly eligible to offer Payroll Giving (they may refer to the scheme using a specific brand name, such as Give As You Earn). Speak to your employer to see whether they offer a scheme, and if they don’t, ask them to consider setting one up.
If you need further information to give in this way, please contact us.
Small regular gifts go a long way to support our work and are always gratefully received.