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New Diamond award for 30% employee participation

New Diamond award for 30% employee participation

We are delighted to announce that this year sees some changes coming to the Payroll Giving Quality Mark Awards which will please many and make these prestigious "Marks" an even bigger and better driving force for employers to maximise the number of their employees who give.

Payroll Giving turned 30 in April, so to celebrate this we are launching a Diamond Payroll Giving Quality Mark Award, available from 2018, to all those companies who have 30% or more employees giving from their pay.

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Posted on: 11/05/2017   Categories: Client News

Deafblind people from around Europe to participate in Exmoor activity week

Deafblind people from around Europe to participate in Exmoor activity week

Deafblind people from the UK and around Europe will be gathering to enjoy a week of sporting activity in Devon from the 12th to the 16th of September.

The initiative by the Deafblind International Outdoor Network and Sense, will bring together over 60 deafblind people and support staff from the UK and around Europe, to participate in a week of outdoor activity at the award winning Calvert Trust adventure centre in Exmoor.

The event will enable people with physical, learning, behavioural...

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Posted on: 12/09/2016   Categories: Client News, Fundraising News

Third of heart attack patients are misdiagnosed, research claims

Third of heart attack patients are misdiagnosed, research claims

Almost a third of people in England and Wales are being given the wrong initial diagnosis after a heart attack, research suggests.

British Heart Foundation look behind the headlines.

Women were more likely to be affected, and are 50 per cent more likely than men to have an initial diagnosis different from their final diagnosis, The University of Leeds study found.

It looked at NHS data over nine years, which involved 243 NHS hospitals, and about 600,000 heart attack cases....

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Posted on: 01/09/2016   Categories: Client News

Find out how to manage ‪asthma‬ living with furry friends

Find out how to manage ‪asthma‬ living with furry friends

Animals are a common trigger of asthma symptoms. You might be allergic to just one animal or more than one. Often it's cats, dogs or horses - but other animals such as rabbits, mice, hamsters, guinea pigs and gerbils can also make asthma symptoms worse. For some people, birds may also trigger asthma symptoms.

Pet allergies can develop at any stage of life. This means that even if you had a dog when you were younger and did not react to it, you could be allergic to dogs now. Sometimes,...

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Posted on: 08/08/2016   Categories: Client News

How co-ordinated care got Tony to the church on time

How co-ordinated care got Tony to the church on time

Tony Whittle was diagnosed with multiple-system atrophy (MSA), a rare neurological disorder similar to Parkinson's disease, in March 2013. It looked like Tony's illness might prevent him from attending his son Joe's wedding, as he needed an operation three days before the big day – but hospice and hospital staff made sure he made it to the church.

Tony's illness affected him gradually at first, but over the past 12 months he has needed more and more care. His wife Claire says: "MSA...

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Posted on: 02/08/2016   Categories: Client News, Fundraising News, Charity News

Balls of cells with their own ‘passport’ to help speed up cancer drug testing

Balls of cells with their own ‘passport’ to help speed up cancer drug testing

When you're testing hundreds of different cancer drugs in the lab, knowing the backstory of the cells you're testing them on is important.

But cellular history might not always be quite what scientists expect – especially when working with cancer cells that have been growing for decades, not in a patient, but in a flat 2D layer in a plastic dish.

Nestled among the rolling green hills just south of Cambridge, scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute are challenging...

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Posted on: 11/07/2016   Categories: Client News

Sainsbury's make Payroll Giving part of everyday life.

Sainsbury's make Payroll Giving part of everyday life....

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Posted on: 26/11/2015   Categories: Client News

NATIONAL PAYROLL GIVING EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2015

NATIONAL PAYROLL GIVING EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2015

NATIONAL PAYROLL GIVING EXCELLENCE AWARDS

The Government endorsed National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards celebrate the efforts of employers, charities and professional partnerships, in promoting Payroll Giving in the workplace. Any employer who has achieved a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum Payroll Giving Quality Mark can apply in one or more of the categories.

Helen Von Trotsenburg, Jo Wright and other members of the of StC Payroll Giving team attended the 2015 National Payroll...

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Posted on: 20/11/2015   Categories: Client News

Marie Curie UK thank everyone who asked their MP's for support.

Thank you to everyone who joined our campaign and asked their MP to support a debate on palliative care. We're very pleased to say that the campaign has been successful! Maria Caulfield MP has successfully bid for a debate on palliative care, which is scheduled for next Wednesday 4 November, to be heard in the main chamber of the House of Commons.


Thanks to you, we can make sure the care and support needs of everyone affected by terminal illness gets on the political agenda.  Click here to read more...

Posted on: 30/10/2015   Categories: Client News

Diabetes UK launches five-year research plan

Research is at the heart of Diabetes UK's mission to transform the care and prevention of all forms of diabetes and to help find a cure. Last month Diabetes UK launched its new Research Strategy, setting out ambitious goals for 2015 to 2019 and the vital need for new investment.

The strategy was developed by working closely with scientists, healthcare professionals and people living with diabetes to ensure that it supports the wider aims of the charity and meets the needs of researchers...

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Posted on: 15/10/2015   Categories: Client News

National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards 2015

National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards 2015

The Institute of Fundraising and the Association of Payroll Giving Organisations have today announced the shortlist for this year's National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards.

Mervi Slade of Save the Children, Chair of the Judging Panel, said: "Once again we were delighted to have received so many entries for this year's Awards, recognising organisations and individuals that have contributed so much to Payroll Giving promotions throughout...

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Posted on: 06/10/2015   Categories: Client News

The day Richard went flying for Mencap

My name is Richard Lawrence and I work at Mencap as a Project Support Assistant. I am telling my story about my first time flying on a plane. The reason I was going to Northern Ireland was to do some evaluation with Carrickfergus Senior and Crossroads Gateways. This is part of the work I am doing for the Gateway Beacon Project.

I was very nervous before I went on a plane because I have never flown before. I chose an aisle seat which helped me to calm my nerves. Ruth, who supports me at...

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Posted on: 10/09/2015   Categories: Client News

O2 join forces with NSPCC to keep kids safe online

To kids, online life is real life. They see no distinction between the people they speak to over social media and their friends at school. And the experiences they have over the internet are as real to them as the activities they take part in.

"When it comes to safety, children need us to be aware and involved in what's going on – both online and offline. And that's why we've joined forces with the NSPCC". Said O2

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Posted on: 27/08/2015   Categories: Client News

StC helps Michelin hit new Payroll Giving heights

StC helps Michelin hit new Payroll Giving heights...

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Posted on: 30/01/2014   Categories: Client News

Firstsource and StC Payroll Giving make shortlist

We are delighted to announce that one of our corporate partners, Firstsource, has been shortlisted with us for the National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards 2013, in the category 'Best Innovative Promotional Partnership'. Our collaborative approach to raising awareness of Payroll Giving to include new starters and different shift patterns has led to an increase in donor numbers of over a third and an increase in annual donations of more than 100%.

Congratulations to Firstsource on this...

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Posted on: 21/11/2013   Categories: Client News

Awards season is upon us!

Whilst Payroll Giving is not all red carpets, paparazzi and glamour, we too have our own sector awards. Over the past few weeks, we have been putting together applications showcasing some of our clients' fantastic payroll giving schemes and we have so far entered 5 companies for the National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards 2013 and 3 for the Pay & Benefits Awards 2014.

Payroll Giving is an integral part of any successful CSR programme and the corporate partners we have put forward...

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Posted on: 04/11/2013   Categories: Client News

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