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March 2, 2015
Many of the UK's largest charities benefit from direct payroll giving, but study shows "lower-than-average proportion" of their own staffs are participating.
"A higher-than-average proportion of the UK’s biggest fundraising charities have set up payroll-giving schemes, but a lower-than-average proportion of their staff are participating in them, according to research by Third Sector. The research found that all but three of the UK’s 20 biggest charities by fundraising income offered payroll giving." -- Susannah Birkwood, Third Sector