Posted On: 11/12/18
Thank you for your continued support. Without your support thousands of charities would be unable to continue the great work they do.
We have some exciting news for 2019. Watch this space.
Posted On: 11/12/18
Posted On: 11/12/18
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is to become the first hospital in the UK to offer a pioneering cancer therapy, known as CAR-T therapy, to NHS patients with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). The first patients begin treatment at GOSH this week.
CAR-T therapies are specifically tailored for individual patients and work by harnessing the patient’s own immune system to fight cancer. In a complex manufacturing process, immune cells are taken from a patient’s blood and...
Posted On: 05/12/18
No animal should suffer from injury, disease, abuse or neglect.
This Christmas hundreds of animals will be cared for by Together for Animals’ member charities. You can help with a Payroll Giving donation:
· £5 could provide meals for an animals
· £10 could provide essential veterinary and nursing care
· £15 could provide heat pads to help keep out the winter cold.
Posted On: 28/11/18
Giving Tuesday - what a fabulous day for donating or doing other good stuff for charity. Our enthusiastic fundraisers were out in force working with our amazing employers to deliver the Payroll Giving message and raising funds for our clever consortiums ensuring they have the funds needed to continue delivering the fantastic work they do. If your employees didn't have an opportunity to sign up at a Giving Tuesday event there's still an opportunity to sign up...
Posted On: 21/11/18
What a fantastic evening at the annual National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards in the Clothmakers Hall, London. Very impressed by the standard of finalists and the dedication of Payroll Giving employers from every sector. Absolutely delighted to have won Best Promotional Partnership - small employer with our client Autotrader. We work closely with their Make a Difference team to ensure every colleague has the opportunity to join the scheme and support their chosen charity.
Posted On: 15/11/18
Carers UK have some information on our website about financial support. It includes help with benefits, health costs, debt, household finances and pensions. Could you be missing out on financial support? Find out more
Posted On: 07/11/18
Payroll Giving hits £133 million last year reports the Association of Payroll Giving Organisations. That's an increase of £3.5 million in the last 12 months. Fantastic news for charities. Read more
Posted On: 31/10/18
Posted On: 24/10/18
Kick start Christmas at the London Santa Dash! Join the fabulous Ore Oduba and thousands of Santas for a fundraising family fun run, with mince pies and festive cheer at the finish line! Clapham Common, Sunday 9 December. Support Great Ormond Street Hospital and Children's Charity Register your team today: https://bit.ly/2S9MQAX
Posted On: 18/10/18
There are several times during the business year when we feel a great sense of job satisfaction - the smooth implementation of a new scheme; the results of a successful innovative promotion campaign, our clients reaching the next level of Quality Mark and when our employer partners are shortlisted for and/or receive a National Payroll Giving Excellence Award. Delighted for all our employers who made the shortlist this week. Congratulations to all finalists.
Posted On: 11/10/18
Daniel from Mencap , a Friends at Work consortium member, delivered an inspirational presentation at our recent Training event explaining exactly what learning disabilities are. You can chose to support this fantastic work with a tax free payrollgiving donation http://bit.ly/2AmfPId Find our more
Posted On: 03/10/18
Breast cancer is still devastating lives on a heart-breaking scale – and this October, there’s plenty of ways to take action against the disease. Whether it’s starting to check breasts regularly or encouraging a loved ones to check theirs. Raising money to help make life-saving research happen or buying an amazing pink product. Every action counts.
Posted On: 24/01/18
The services Mencap provide range from round-the-clock care to helping
someone join in with local leisure activities, providing advice and
information on things like employment and education, helping someone to
live independently for the first time, and even things like reporting a
crime to the police. In a nutshell, They try to help in any area of a person’s life where they need support.
The Learning Disability Helpline is the free help and advice line. Advisors can...
Posted On: 17/01/18
Weight gain during or after breast cancer treatment can be unexpected and distressing, but it’s not uncommon. We look at why some people put on weight, and give some tips on how to start losing weight after treatment.
There are several reasons why someone might put on weight during or after treatments such as chemotherapy.
Posted On: 11/01/18
The Royal Society for Blind Children works with the families of children who have been diagnosed to help them understand and adapt to the condition and build confidence for life.
From the moment a family hears the news; we can be on hand with practical and emotional support to guide them through their journey. Our Family Support Service supports children and young people 0-25 years old who have been diagnosed with a serious eye condition and their family, in their own home, to...
Posted On: 20/12/17
It's never too early to start looking after your hearing. The World Health Organisation says that noise exposure is the biggest cause of permanent hearing damage around the world – and it’s avoidable.Listening to any sound at a high volume – more than 85 decibels, or dB(A) – can cause permanent hearing loss, tinnitus or both. This section explains the simple steps you can take to protect your hearing at work, when you listen to music and during noisy activities. There's...