Payroll giving

Help us be here for children by donating through your pay.

How payroll giving works

Donating with payroll giving is a simple and easy way to give to the NSPCC directly from your pay.

You can donate through your pay before tax is deducted, so it’s less cost to you. Anyone can donate with payroll giving, however you're paid. 

You won’t need to give us your bank details and can also change or stop your donation at any time by contacting your payroll department.

  • For 20% tax rate you'll only pay £4.
  • For 40% tax rate you'll only pay £3.
  • For 20% tax rate you'll only pay £8.
  • For 40% tax rate you'll only pay £6.
  • For 20% tax rate you'll only pay £18.
  • For 40% tax rate you'll only pay £16.

How to start payroll giving

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1. Sign up to payroll giving online via Payroll giving in action and choose us as your charity.

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2. Your employer will then start to deduct the donation from your gross pay, so it costs you less.

Pig icon white.png3. Your donation should start within 3 months. Set up a new one if you change employers.

How your donation helps

An NSPCC child protection specialist smiling on a Helpline call.

£5 could pay to answer a call to the NSPCC Helpline.


A young girl smiling while painting with a teacher at nursery.

£10 could pay for art materials to help a child express how they feel.

Young boy on phone

£20 could pay to answer 5 children’s calls to Childline.

Fundraising Regulator logoWe've agreed to stick to a strict set of codes and a fundraising promise, which means we treat our supporters and donors with respect, fairness and honesty and we are always clear about how we raise money.

Young boy with social worker in service centreIn 2020/21 we spent £83.3 million (77.2%) on services and activities to make children and young people safer. This includes working with children and families, our helplines, schools service and child protection and awareness campaigns like PANTS. Read our Annual Report.