Payroll giving

Payday. It’s the best day of the month. Some people celebrate by hitting the shops. Others by hitting the pub. Why not share a little of that joy with us through payroll giving?

You can help us to support people affected by cancer by making a regular contribution through your payroll.

Give as you earn

Not only is it a super simple way to support us, but it's also the most tax effective, because donations are deducted before you pay tax.

For example, if you donate £10, only £8 comes out of your salary and the taxman pays the rest. Or if you're on a higher tax rate (40%), only £6 comes out of your salary and the taxman pays the rest.

How you'll be helping

By giving from your salary each payday, you will be helping us to provide vital resources and services throughout the UK. The fact that we know how much and how often you will donate means that we can plan ahead and make sure your hard-earned cash is put to the best possible use.

£10 a month could make a real difference.

It could keep five typical Macmillan information and support centres stocked with all the information resources they need to support people affected by cancer for an hour.

£19 a month could help us make a difference.

It could pay for a Macmillan benefits adviser to work in a Citizens Advice Bureau for an hour, when they would advise people with cancer, their families and carers so they can access benefits and other kinds of financial support they are entitled to.

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£25 a month could make a real difference.

It could pay for a Macmillan nurse for an hour, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.

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£50 a month could make a real difference.

Your donation of £50 could pay for a Macmillan Grant that buys someone with cancer a microwave, making it easier for them to prepare their food.

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£70 a month would make a huge difference.

£70 could help run a large Macmillan information and support centre for one hour.

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How much will my donation cost me?

The cost of your donation from your gross salary £15
Taxman pays £3
Macmillan receives £18

Sign up now

You are choosing to set up payroll giving with us. Just a few questions and we can get the ball rolling. * Fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.

Your employee information

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Your details

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We'll use your details to fulfil your request, and to help deliver and improve our services for people affected by cancer.

There are many simple, inspiring and fun things we can do to make sure no one faces cancer alone. By submitting this form you consent to us further contacting you via email, text, phone and post with information about our services and other ways you can help, including ways to volunteer, take part in research, how you can donate to us and how you can get involved in our activities including fundraising, unless you tell us otherwise by ticking the boxes below.

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Changing Jobs

If your situation at work changes, for example when changing jobs, your payroll giving donation to us will automatically cease. However if you would like to continue supporting Macmillan through your payroll, please feel free to fill in the form above.

Donating through your pension

It’s possible to continue providing support to people affected by cancer through your pension. If you would like to be able to support people affected by cancer in this way, please feel free to get in touch with your work pension provider.

They will be able to help you set this up before any tax has been deducted. For more information and support regarding this, feel free to contact as well.

More questions about payroll giving?

If you’d like more information about payroll giving and how to sign up, please contact