All donations support people living in Northern Ireland

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Payroll Giving

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.

Payroll Giving

Give As You Earn

A regular gift each month could help each of the NICT charities to make a huge difference to the lives of thousands of individuals and their families across Northern Ireland.

The range of services each charity provides helps families cope with the difficult challenges they face on a daily basis and embrace the first steps towards a new life.

All donations are spent in Northern Ireland to help local people.


Will answer 2 calls at Childline from children and young people who desperately need their help.


Would pay for 30 minutes with a RNIB sight loss adviser to help someone cope with the shock of finding out they’re going blind.


Would enable Age NI to provide expert advice and advocacy to an older person during difficult life transitions.


Will ensure that the Cancer Focus NI’s Nurseline is manned for one hour, allowing a cancer patient or family member to break the silence and make the first steps in talking about their diagnosis.


Would pay for a night for a family in one of Young Lives vs Cancer Homes from Home. These homes allow families a free place to stay close to a principal treatment centre whilst their child receives treatment.


Will pay for a life-changing visit from a NICHS Stroke Family Support Coordinator in the aftermath of a stroke when families most need help.

All donations support people living in Northern Ireland

Payroll Giving


How do I donate?


Becoming a payroll supporter is easy. If you are an employee of a company and pay tax in the UK, you can make regular donations to NICT through your salary every month. Your employer needs to already have a Payroll Giving scheme set up, but if they don’t you could ask them to set one up by contacting the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)

You choose how much you would like to donate, either monthly, weekly or even annually. Just download and complete our simple letter and give it to your Payroll or HR department to process.

How Payroll Giving Works:

Your Payroll Department will deduct the agreed amount from your salary when you are paid; there’s nothing more for you to do. As your donation comes out of your gross salary (before tax) it will cost you less than it would normally. That means, if you agree to give £5 then, as a basic rate taxpayer, you’ll only pay £4 as HMRC will make up the remaining £1.

You Donate It costs a standard rate tax payer (20%) It costs a higher rate tax payer (40%)
£5 £4 £3
£10 £8 £6
£15 £12 £9
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