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Friends of the Cancer Centre - Northern Ireland

Friends of the Cancer Centre relies entirely on donations from our wonderful supporters and regular donations play a really important part in enabling us to fund projects within the Cancer Centre. There are lots of ways you can make a regular or monthly donation to the charity and every penny has the power to help thousands of people affected by cancer across Northern Ireland. £5 per month could pay for 2 hours of a Friends of the Cancer Centre Clinical Nurse Specialist £10 per month could help support a cancer patient financially through Friends of the Cancer Centre’s Grant Programme. £25 per month could support local research, to give patients in Northern Ireland the latest developments in cancer treatment.

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Payroll Giving - working for a good cause

Payroll Giving is a flexible scheme which allows anyone who receives their pay through payroll to give regularly and on a tax free basis to the charities and good causes of their choice. 

Payroll Giving donations are deducted before tax so for every £1.00 that you give it will only cost you 80p, and if you're a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.

Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn or workplace giving) is a valuable, long term source of revenue, providing regular income to help charities budget and plan ahead more effectively. Employees can choose to support any charity of their choice with a regular donation direct from their pay.

Its cheaper because its tax free - for example, a donation of £5 per month costs the basic rate tax payer £4.00 (the taxman pays the rest!)

Higher rate taxpayers- the only way to pass on your 40% or 45% tax to charities. Only 28% can be recouped via other ways of giving.

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