Consider the benefits of giving to one of our amazing Charity Groups
You can donate to many wonderful causes with one regular gift!
Giving to a consortium is a fantastic way of donating to more than one cause with one donation from your pay. For example, if you feel that you wish to support a disability charity, but you are also an animal lover and feel the need to help people in dire need overseas, then a consortium may be the perfect answer. We have many wonderful consortiums of all types, so we are sure there is one that fits your needs.
And you don’t have to change your charity choice if you feel the need to support a different charity type.
Larger, well known charities often attract substantial support, but the smaller charities sometimes struggle to recruit payroll giving donors. By joining a consortium, smaller charities share in the costs and results of donor recruitment and can attract a larger audience of donors.
Here are some of our wonderful charity groups:
Smile a Minute
Friends at Work
Friends at Work was formed in 2004 and is made up of nine hard working charities in similar fields seeking to help those suffering from health related illnesses and disabilities that affect quality of life.
Become a friend today and find out how easy it is to donate and make a difference to the lives of those aided by these wonderful charities.
Your donation will be split equally between all the charities within the group, these are – Action Medical Research, RNID, Childlife, Mencap, Guideposts, Muscular Dystrophy UK, RNIB, Signhealth and The Roy Castle Cancer Foundation.
Together for Change
Giving for Futures
Charity Stars were set up in 2019 and consists of 6 amazing charities.
By donating to Charity Stars, you are funding six wonderful causes and all the great work they do – all in a tax-effective way through your payroll which makes the most of your generous gift.
All donations to this group will be split equally between: Breast Cancer Now, Childlife, MS Society, Muscular Dystrophy UK, Shelter and Woodland Trust
Find out more information regarding our charity groups on the charity consortium page.