Giveall is a multi-platform delivering integrated services across 4 main areas:
- An online fundraising and giving platform where donors give to their favourite good causes online and charities and fundraisers generate donations and sponsorship for theirs.
- Payroll Giving. Payroll giving is the most tax-effective way to support charity and Giveall2Charity, an HMRC - approved Payroll Giving Agency, is unique among Payroll Giving Agencies as being the only one that is fully automated and commission-free to the organisations registered with it. Finally, Giveall’s fully automated systems mean administration is minimal.
- A proprietary banking platform and consolidated cash management solution means all Non-Profit Organisations can transfer their funds at no cost and where smaller organisations enjoy the higher rates of interest that were previously the domain of larger charities.
- All charities registered and subscribing to Giveall can access other essential services and solutions including HR and financial reporting and security software (worth over £5,000 p.a.)
All money is secured at all times and all users have 24/7 access to real-time reporting and accounts.
At Giveall we believe that you should receive the best advice and guidance available, which can be found at the Fundraising Regulator's website here.
Please NOTE that details of the Regulator's advice and guidance is accessible and the particular Standard 188.8.131.52 is set out as follows: -
The guidance MUST highlight the following considerations for fundraisers in how they publicise their appeal to prospective donors through their fundraising page on the site:
a) who is organising the appeal;
b) whether the money raised is for a specific purpose or for the recipient to use as they see fit. Where money is raised for a charity for a specific purpose, fundraisers MUST contact the charity to ensure they are aware and happy to receive the funds for this stated purpose. See also Code rule 5.2e on money given for a restricted purpose;
c) where applicable, what the target of the appeal will be - this might be a time target or a financial target;
d) whether the fundraiser is raising money on behalf of or for a registered charity and, where applicable, the name of the charity;
e) how donations can be made, including, where relevant, alternative ways of donating to the appeal and ways to maximise donations via Gift Aid;
f) what deductions will be made for expenses; and
g) what the fundraiser will do with the money if:
• they do not raise enough to meet their stated target;
• they raise an amount in excess of their stated target; or
• the original purpose for which they are seeking donations becomes invalid for any reason.
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