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S T A R C H I L D C H A R I T Y. C O M

Founded in 2012, Starchild is dedicated to helping better the lives of orphans in Uganda. 

 

STARCHILD aims to improve the quality of life for orphans in Uganda by providing shelter, healthcare, education, and love

 

Only in the darkness can we see the STARS....

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Starchild is a registered Scottish Charitable Incorporation: SC043787

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C O R P O R A T E  G I V I N G  S C H E M E S

G I V I N G

Starchild is committed to raising as much money and support that we can to contribute to the quality of life of orphans in Uganda. As you all know we run many events to raise money and supplies in order to achieve our goal.

 

Lately we've come across a wonderful way that you can keep current with your donations and really make a difference.

 

GAYE - Give As You Earn

is a giving scheme where you can donate pretax money directly from your paycheck every week. That's right - no fuss, no bother.

You earn money

You give money

It's that simple

 

Here's where we need your help - it's up to you to approach your employers to set up this scheme and list Starchild as a beneficiary.

 

Here are some useful links to assist you in securing your employers support in signing onto this fantastic scheme.

 

Employers need to enroll with a Payroll Giving scheme to take part.

 

 

 

This button will take you to HM Revenue and Customs for a detailed overview on how the scheme works and what individuals and employers need to do.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/businesses/giving/payroll-giving.htm

 

 

The biggest scheme appears to be Charities Aid Foundation:

This button will take you there - they also have a list of employers who are currently signed up. You might be able to sign up Starchild today!

 

 

 

https://www.cafonline.org/my-personal-giving/plan-your-giving/give-as-you-earn.aspx

 

And this button will take you to an interesting Guardian Article for more info.

 

 

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2009/mar/16/give-as-you-earn

 

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

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