THE ASSOCIATION OF PAYROLL GIVING ORGANISATIONS

The Association of Payroll Giving Organisations (APGO) is a membership organisation and consists of professional experts from the Payroll Giving community
Payroll Giving is a unique way for people to give to charity. By having their donations taken straight from their gross pay before tax, employees effectively increase the value of their contributions
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ABOUT APGO

The Association of Payroll Giving Organisations (APGO) is a membership organisation and consists of professional experts from the Payroll Giving community.

The Association brings together the members of the Association of Payroll Giving Agencies (APGA) and the Association of Payroll Giving Professional Fundraising Organisations (APGPFO) under one umbrella group. It unites knowledge and experience to support businesses and charities to set up, promote and develop their Payroll Giving schemes within the workplace.

Members of the Association provide a high quality of service to both business and the charity sector working to a strict code of practice. Its membership is made up of the UK’s leading Payroll Giving Agencies (PGA), Professional Fundraising Organisations (PFO) and Donor Monitoring Organisations (DMO).

Payroll Giving is the most tax effective way for an employee to donate to a charity of their choice. For a higher rate taxpayer, Payroll Giving is the only way that a charity can automatically receive all your tax on your charitable donation. Last year £134 million was raised for the charity sector through the generosity of 1.1million employees participating in Payroll Giving, providing a vital ongoing income stream for thousands of UK registered charities.

THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT PEOPLE GIVE TO CHARITIES IN THIS COUNTRY IS A TESTAMENT TO THE GENEROSITY OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE. PAYROLL GIVING IS A GREAT IDEA BECAUSE IT MAKES GIVING EASIER AND A NORMAL PART OF LIFE.

Prime Minister, David Cameron