All donations support people living in Northern Ireland

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Help PROTECT children from abuse, support people with sight loss or chest, heart and stroke conditions, empower older people and be there for children and adults with cancer.

Northern Ireland Charities Together

Donate to six local causes

As an employee, you can donate to six local causes with just one donation from your payroll. The charities that make up Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT) include: Age NI, Cancer Focus Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke, RNIB (sight loss charity), Childline/NSPCC and Young Lives vs Cancer (previously known as CLIC Sargent).

Giving a regular gift through your payroll is easy to set up, tax efficient and it makes a huge difference to the lives of thousands of people across Northern Ireland who face daily challenges.

Simply download our form here, fill it in and give it to your HR department. Remember that payroll giving is tax efficient, so a £10 monthly donation from you is only £8 a month from your monthly pay (based on average salary).

All donations support people living in Northern Ireland.

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RNIB has published its latest Freedom of Information (FOI) report on education provision for children with vision impairment living in Northern Ireland.The sight loss charity urges the Minister for Education to act now and provide adequate funding for vital specialist support.Eryn Kirkpatrick is 12, enjoying first year in Fivemiletown College and is supported by QTVIs (Qualified Teachers of the visually Impaired) along with support from classroom assistants and local sight loss charities.Deputy Lead on Education at RNIB, Rosaleen Dempsey, said: “It inspires me how stories like Eryn’s demonstrate that when the right support and interventions are identified and implemented, the result is a student who is able to thrive in education and go on to accomplish whatever they wish to. However, with the VI services under pressure to meet increasing demand and with no additional resources to match this, not all children and young people are getting the specialist support they need and deserve.Read the full story in the Belfast Telegraph.Too many visually impaired pupils missing out on education, says charity | BelfastTelegraph.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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Childline When you're feeling low or overwhelmed, it can be hard to know how to cope. But distracting yourself can help you feel better.Just doing one positive thing every day can help your mood. Remember if you need support or want to talk Childline is always there for you. #mood #moodboost #childline ... See MoreSee Less
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This May, we are raising awareness of #SkinCancer.In Northern Ireland, there are approximately 93 deaths per year as a result of Skin Cancer. Learn the signs and symptoms.If you have any concerns about cancer, call 0800 783 3339 (Mon, Wed and Fri 9am – 1pm)For more info: cancerfocusni.org/patient-support/nurseline/#SkinCancerAwareness #cancerfocusnorthernireland #cancerfocusni ... See MoreSee Less
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Our annual high blood pressure campaign is back!, raising awareness of the dangers of high blood pressure.Did you know?High blood pressure often has no signs or symptoms - it's a silent killer! The only way to know your numbers is to get your blood pressure checked Get treatment if necessary, and change your lifestyle if your blood pressure numbers are high to reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke. Always take your medication as prescribed!Share this post to remind your friends and family to get theirs checked - it could save their life! Follow us and visit our website to find out more about high blood pressure and how you can get yours checked to find out if your number's up: ... See MoreSee Less
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All donations support people living in Northern Ireland

It takes 3 easy step actions

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Click to download how to start Payroll Giving form

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Print out the form and complete

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Give/email your HR department to process