Thank you for caring about your pennies and agreeing to donate the spare ones from your salary to charity. Sign up once below and your pennies will be automatically donated from your payslip every month. If you earn £850.34 then you keep the £850 and the 34p will be donated – your donation will always be less than £1 and if you are a UK taxpayer your donation is eligible for Gift Aid meaning that the charity can claim an additional 25% on top of your donation at no cost to you – great!
100% of your donation will go to Centrepoint, the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people.
Please complete the form below – it takes 20 seconds!
* Terms and conditions
I am pleased to confirm that I wish to participate in the Pennies from Heaven scheme and hereby authorise Co-operative Bank as my agent to collect each pay period from my salary such odd penny balances (maximum 99p per pay period) and to distribute amounts to Centrepoint. This authorisation is effective from the date I submit this form and shall remain in force until cancelled in writing. If I am a UK Taxpayer I give my consent for Gift Aid to be reclaimed on my donations (this boosts your donation by 25% and costs you nothing) and agree for my employer to provide the charity with my name and address for this purpose only. I understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations it is my responsibility to pay any difference. It is noted that 100% of my donations will go directly to the charities.
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Where the money goes...
Centrepoint is the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people helping more than 10,000 homeless 16-25 year olds into a home and a job every year as well as providing physical and mental support along the way. Centrepoint works directly in London, Manchester, Yorkshire and the North East of England, and partners with other organisations across the UK who shares its aims. In 2017 it established the Centrepoint Helpline to offer advice to young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Operating Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, the Helpline supported more than 3,000 young people last year who did not know where to turn. Research estimates that 86,000 young people in the UK last year asked for help because they were homeless, or at risk of homelessness. You can read more about Centrepoint at www.centrepoint.org.uk.