NI Civil Service’s Payroll Giving Scheme Gives More

Payroll Giving (Give as you Earn) is the easy, tax-free way to help any charity, good cause or place of worship. It’s the most tax efficient way to support your favourite cause. Every £10 you pledge will cost you just £8.

Find out more now on udon8.org/nics

At present if you donate before the end of June 2020 your donation will be matched up to £10*

The scheme is completely voluntary and confidential. The choice of charity, good cause or place of worship is entirely yours but a few of the charities you might like to consider that are offering support during COVID 19:

St. John Ambulance - Our charity’s vital role in responding to the needs of communities across the nation has never been more relevant or urgent. St John volunteers are supporting patients right now in hospital emergency departments up and down the country caring for those in need.

Marie Curie - Coronavirus has put everything on hold.  We wish we could put terminal illness on hold too, but we can’t.  In this time of national emergency, Marie Curie Nurses and hospices are needed more than ever.

Age UK – with more older people having to self-quarantine due to COVID -19, this can lead to them feeling isolated and low. By donating to Age UK, you could help the charity answer more calls to their advice line and provide regular friendship calls to those who are lonely.

NSPCC (Childline) - Offering advice and support for parents and carers during COVID- 19. There has been a big increase in the number of children getting help from the Childline charity because of concerns about the Coronavirus.

Mental Health UK – providing information and tips for managing your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak (also known as COVID-19). Whether you're social distancing or self-isolating you may be feeling anxious or stressed during this time, and that's completely normal. There are simple steps you can take to look after your mental health and wellbeing that we can help with.

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