The UK's only comprehensive consortium management
Bell Fundraising work with twenty three charities in four consortia.
Learn about these charities & how you can help them.
Find out how easy it is to set up a payroll giving scheme in your business
A powerful tool to help employers and employees to support charities in a tax effective way.
Exciting opportunities to be employed as one of a regional team of fundraisers in the workplace.
You must be highly motivated, used to working autonomously, enthusiastic and confident. Appointments pre-booked by booking office. Very rewarding position with good rates of pay.
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Approximately 72,000 donations made so far with an annual pledge value of just over £4.6m, so around £30million pledged to date for our wonderful groups.
We are unique in that we group together charities both large and small into consortiums, which allow them to engage donors who prefer to support a variety of causes with their regular donations.
Employees who wish to make a regular donation or a one off gift, can therefore easily donate to one of our many consortiums of charities
A successful payroll giving scheme is a great way of demonstrating your company’s commitment both to its employees and the wider community.
It can enhance your employee relations, improve morale and teamwork and generate a positive public perception of your company
Since 2003, we have successfully created and managed four groups of charities who rely on us to increase their regular income.
They have seen this grow dramatically which has allowed them to improve the lives of millions of people all over the world.
Our groups include charities devoted to helping children, medical research, disabilities, animal welfare and the environment.
“We promote tax effective giving to raise vital income for our charity partners in an ethical and professional manner. We enhance the profile of a company’s corporate social responsibility as well as giving their employee’s the opportunity to help others.”