Company Support

Your company can make a huge difference to people living with sight loss in the local area!

Improve your companies Corporate Social Responsibility
Looking to generate some good PR, motivate staff or build your profile? Why not chose My Sight Notts as your charity of the year! We will be on hand to advise how your staff can get involved in fundraising activities, volunteering time and skills, events, challenges and more.

Employee fundraising
This is a great opportunity for team building and there are plenty of fun ways for your staff to raise money to support our work. An easy way to get started is an office cake bake; you could challenge your team to take part in a sponsored event or even host a charity ball or quiz night! As we are a local charity you will be able to see firsthand what impact your fundraising has. We have worked with arrange of fantastic corporate partners we’d love to help you come up with or develop great fundraising ideas for your business.

Are you an employee?
Payroll Giving is a way of giving money to charity without paying tax on it. It is paid through PAYE from your wages or pension. Your employer needs to set up and run the scheme. The amount of tax relief you get depends on the rate of tax you pay

Benefits to employers
Payroll giving is a tax-free way for your staff to make a regular donation to charity through your pay process. It’s simple to set up and run and is an excellent way to support your employees’ charitable giving and help My Sight Notts support more people living with sight loss in the local area. Payroll giving can;

  • Boosts staff morale and motivation, which aids retention and recruitment
  • Enhances your business’ charitable giving, with little effort or cost to you
  • Enables you to monitor the level of charitable giving that your business has helped achieve
  • Offers opportunity to gain recognition from your industry peers by attaining a Quality Mark Award, a Government award given to organisations who implement Payroll Giving.
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