Payroll giving

Payroll giving

Payroll giving donations are an efficient and invaluable way to support Concern. They provide us with a regular, reliable income enabling us to plan overseas development programmes in the longer term, budget for the future and help achieve our goal of ending extreme poverty.

How it works

Payroll giving donations are taken straight from your salary before tax, meaning it will cost you at least 25% less to support Concern as you earn. The tax relief you get depends on the rate of tax you pay. More details on the tax relief you can expect can be found on the HMRC website.

Setting up payroll giving is quick and easy and no bank details are needed.

Once your form has been processed, a copy will be forwarded to your employer who will then arrange for your donation to be deducted from your next available salary.

Children being screened for malnutrition at a health post in Toudouni, Niger. Photographer: Chris de Bode/Panos Pictures for Concern Worldwide
Children being screened for malnutrition at a health post in Toudouni, Niger.
15 year old Liliana Mwenza wa llunga says the new water point and other interventions by the Concern-led WASH consortium in her village, Mulombwa, has had a very positive impact on family life. Photo: Kieran McConville/ Concern Worldwide
Liliana Mwenza wa llunga at a new water point constructed by a Concern-led WASH consortium.
Rohingya men rebuilding their tents before the monsoon arrives, Jamtoli, Ukhiya. Photo: Abir Abdullah/Concern Worldwide
Rohingya men rebuilding their tents before the monsoon arrives, Bangladesh.
Halimo Hassan (1 year and 2 months) and mother Khayro Ali Hassan (30) in a remote health centre in Filtu, Somali Region. Halimo is being treated for severe acute malnutrition with the support of Concern Worldwide. Photo: Jennifer Nolan/ Concern Worldwide
Halimo Hassan and mother Khayro Ali Hassan in a remote health centre in Somali Region.

Become a payroll giver

The money raised by Concern Worldwide (UK) payroll givers each year is enough to provide 3,750 children living in informal tented settlements in Lebanon having fled conflict in Syria with books, stationary and learning materials needed to help them to adapt, catch up with their education and get their lives back on track.

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How money is spent

83.3%
Overseas programmes
Overseas programmes
12.8%
Fundraising
Fundraising
3.5%
Policy, advocacy & campaigning
Policy, advocacy & campaigning
0.4%
Governance
Governance
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