This award is open to not-for-profit organisations that have promoted Payroll Giving to internal employees, and / or carried out an externally facing campaign. The winning applicant will showcase how the campaign was introduced and significant impact for the outcomes.
For individuals that have had an instrumental role in making Payroll Giving a success within their company. Individuals can apply personally or colleagues can nominate.
Designed for individuals that have made a significant contribution to Payroll Giving. Applications are welcome from volunteers as well as individuals employed charities, PFOs and PGAs. Individuals can apply personally or colleagues can nominate.
For the Government or Public Sector employer that has carried out a well-constructed and imaginative campaign. The successful nomination will be able to display how resources have been utilised to deliver maximum impact and employee engagement.
To apply for this award entrants must also be nominated in one of the above four main categories.
This award recognises partnerships between employers operating Payroll Giving and one or more of supporting organisations. The supporting organisation(s) can be charity partners, Payroll Giving Agencies, and Professional Fundraising Organisations. Judges are interested to understand how the partnership added value to the scheme, how expectations were managed with what joint efforts impacted overall campaigns outcomes. This category is split into classifications employers with different sized workforces.
For organisations that have either introduced a new scheme, or revitalised an existing Payroll Giving scheme with a creative campaign. The winners will be able to illustrate how approaches have communicated key messaged and increased engagement. This category is split into classifications employers with different sized workforces.A winner and runner-up will be selected from each employer size.
This award recognises companies that have shown continued dedication to promoting Payroll Giving for more than three years. Judges are interested in how employers have developed methods to maintain momentum and create ongoing interest in the scheme. This category is split into classifications employers with different sized workforces. A winner and runner-up will be selected from each employer size.
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