If you are a UK taxpayer, Payroll Giving (also known as Workplace Giving or Give as you Earn / GAYE) is a scheme which allows you to give a monthly donation to UNICEF directly from your gross salary. Payroll giving makes it a tax efficient way for you to support UNICEF's work. Your donation comes from your salary before tax is deducted and the Inland Revenue passes the tax relief to UNICEF. Giving through your payroll is a great way to help UNICEF make lasting change for children. 

 
 
  • Set up a payroll donation © UNICEF/NYHQ2005-1643/Palani Mohan

    Set up a payroll gift Donating using Payroll Giving ensures UNICEF receives your entire gift at a reduced cost to you. Download the form to make a regular payroll gift.

  • Three girls play with a hula hoop © UNICEF/NYHQ2009-0178/Giacomo Pirozzi

    Payroll donations for individuals You can support Unicef through your payroll. When you set up a donation through your payroll, the amount you choose to give is taken from your salary before tax deductions, so the cost to you is less.  

  • Girl with schoolbooks © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-0985/Shehzad Noorani

    Payroll giving for businesses As an employer, it is easy and inexpensive to set up a Payroll Giving scheme in your workplace. Participation in the Payroll Giving scheme (also known as Workplace Giving or Give as you Earn / GAYE) shows employees you care about the causes that are important to them.