Workplace Giving is an HMRC scheme that enables colleagues to donate tax-free to any charity in the UK, through salary.

As a workforce, Styles&Wood are proud to announce we have achieved a Bronze Quality Mark Award, showing we are fostering a culture of committed giving in the workplace.  We would like to thank all our colleagues who are already giving to charity. Your contribution to your favourite cause is what has made this possible and next year we would like to go for Gold!

Collectively, Styles&Wood employees have donated £1537.50 through Workplace Giving UK to a wide variety of charities, with 2.7% of us choosing this scheme as our preferred method of giving.

This year, we will be working more closely with Workplace Giving UK to promote and incentivise the scheme further so it’s easier for more people to give in this way to their favourite good causes.

Natalie Riley, Programme Manager explains how she contributes through Workplace Giving.
I make contributions to Dogs for the Disabled, a charity that trains assistance dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities and families with a child with autism.  I also contribute to Cancer Research, who helped to save my friend’s life through new stem cell treatment.  Donating via Workplace Giving is quick and easy and I’d recommend donating in this way to anyone who wants to make a positive contribution to changing lives.”

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