Simple, tax free giving direct from your pay.
What is payroll giving?
Payroll giving (also known as 'Give As You Earn') is an easy way for employees paid by PAYE to give regularly to George House Trust.
How does it work?
Every time you are paid, a donation amount of your choice is taken from your pay before tax is deducted. So, if you pledge to donate £5 per month, it would actually only cost you £4 on basic tax rate or £3 on the higher rate.
What are the benefits?
As donations are deducted before tax is calculated, it is one of the most simple and tax-efficient ways of giving to us. Your regular contribution will mean that we can plan well into the future and make sure we provide the best services for people affected by HIV.
How do I get started?
If you would like to donate in this way, please contact your company's payroll department and ask for the relevant form. You will need to supply our 'Give as you earn' registration number (GYE91000443591) and our name, address and charity number as below.
George House Trust
75-77 Ardwick Green North
Registered Charity Number in England and Wales No. 1143138
Remember - your company might have a policy to match payroll donations. Your payroll department should be able to tell you more.
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Make it count. Text GHTA30 £10 to 70070 (you may text any other amount in the same way, just replace £10 with the amount you wish to donate).
Making a will is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. The good news is, it's simple and affordable. If you’re thinking about leaving a gift to George House Trust in your will, we suggest your talk to a solicitor first. This will make sure your will is legally binding.
When writing your will, you'll naturally want to take care of your loved ones first. After that you may want to leave a gift to George House Trust in the form of a lump sum, or a percentage or what is known as a residuary gift. The 'residue' of an estate is everything that is left in your estate after all debts, bills and taxes have been paid and all specific and non-specific gifts have been distributed. Here is some guidance around making your will:
If you already have a will, and want to change it, you can ask your solicitor to make an official alteration known as a codicil.
If you would like to talk to someone about including George House Trust in your will, please call on 0161 274 5652 or email email@example.com