Make payday extra special with Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving is a quick, cost-effective way to give, meaning your gift will work even harder to help bring real life-changing breakthroughs closer for people with Parkinson’s like Jim.

Payroll Giving is open to everyone who is paid Pay As You Earn (PAYE). Your chosen amount is taken straight from your pay, before tax. Join now and sign up using this form.

How does it work?

  • Your donation is taken from your pay before tax. So, if you pledge to donate £5 per month, it would actually cost you £4 on a basic tax rate or £3 on the higher rate. 
  • You can opt for your donation to be monthly or yearly. This is great as you don’t have to do anything after you have set it up.

What are the benefits of Payroll Giving?

  • You’ll be helping to fund pioneering research to find life-changing breakthroughs for thousands of people with Parkinson’s.
  • It's quick and easy. You only need to sign up once and let others do the rest! 
  • It's tax free. You won’t pay tax on your contribution. In fact, we get to keep the tax you would otherwise have paid. So it means you pay less but give more. And your company might even match your donation.
  • It's completely secure. Set up your donation without any bank details and choose how you want to be contacted.

How do I sign up? 

  1. Contact your company’s payroll department. Check they’re set up for payroll giving.
  2. Sign up using this online form. You will need to supply our 'give as you earn' registration number (GYE 333) and our name, address and charity number: Parkinson's UK, 215 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 1EJ. Registered Charity Number in England and Wales No. 258197 and in Scotland SC037554.)
  3. We'll sort out all the admin and let your payroll department know. 
  4. Your first donation will be taken on your next possible payday. Parkinson's UK will use your kind gift to fund pioneering research and make life better for people with Parkinson's, every day.

My company doesn't have Payroll Giving, how do they set it up? 

Any questions? 

Contact our Supporter Care team on 0800 138 6593 or fill in this online enquiry form.

Jim and Jane's story

Jim and Jane have been married for 46 years and live in Clackmannanshire in Central Scotland. Jim was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2015. Here the couple talk about moving forward positively with Parkinson’s, together.