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Archive: December - 2017

New Year, New You, New Challenge with Payroll Giving

New Year, New You, New Challenge with Payroll Giving

Posted On: 20/12/17

A new year is the perfect time to get fit and complete the challenge you’ve always wanted to face!

 

New Year's resolution

From payroll giving, walks and hikes to half marathons and swimming challenges, we have a huge variety of fundraising events to help you fulfil your dreams and stick to your New Year's resolutions... it's a win-win situation.

Browse through our events and sign up to run, walk, swim or cycle for SeeAbility, to kick-start your new year with a commitment to help fund the...

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Categories: Giving for Futures

Hargreaves Lansdown research finds 43% of employees cite Payroll Giving as one of the most valuable financial benefits.

Hargreaves Lansdown research finds 43% of employees cite Payroll Giving as one of the most valuable financial benefits.

Posted On: 20/12/17

The company's report, entitled Workplace benefits, surveyed a total of 349 employers across the UK and found that workplace pensions are one of the most valuable financial benefits for employees, with this being cited by 36 per cent of respondents.

Valued

Other valued financial benefits for employees include season ticket loans (44 per cent) and payroll giving (43 per cent). Employers also believe that a share option scheme is a valuable benefit for employees, with this being...

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Categories: General

Party season at GOSH supported by Payroll Giving

Party season at GOSH supported by Payroll Giving

Posted On: 20/12/17

Hundreds of children cared for at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and their families were joined by celebrity friends and costumed characters to celebrate Christmas this week, at a magical festive party.

Guests including Olympian Helen Glover MBE, TV presenter Steve Backshall, James and Tristan from The Vamps, sports presenter Amanda Davies, X Factor's Talia Dean, Nativity star Marc Wootton, CBBC presenter Naomi Wilkinson and actor Bobby Lockwood, helped spread Christmas...

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Categories: Smile a Minute

Today 600 people will be diagnosed with leprosy, more than 50 of these will be children. Smile a Minute supports treatment

Today 600 people will be diagnosed with leprosy, more than 50 of these will be children. Smile a Minute supports treatment

Posted On: 13/12/17

There are millions of children, women and men living with leprosy worldwide. Although completely curable, many people are unable to access treatment, even though the cure is free.

We work to find, treat and rehabilitate these hidden people.

The facts

  • Leprosy is a bacterial disease which affects the skin and nerves
  • The first sign of leprosy is usually a patch of discoloured skin
  • If left untreated, leprosy causes loss of sensation, paralysis, ulcers and infections, which can lead to blindness and...

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Categories: Smile a Minute

Autotrader finalists at the National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards

Autotrader finalists at the National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards

Posted On: 04/12/17

One of the things that make us happy is to have our fabulous Employers recognised for all their hard work and dedication to the Payroll Giving scheme.   

Autotrader reached the finals of the Most Successful Sustained Scheme - Medium Employer at the NPGEA event held in the beautiful surrounds of the Clothmakers Hall on 22nd November.   A glittering event surrounded by the best Employers in this space.

Autotrader are dedicated to making a difference in the communities in which they...

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Categories: General