Easy ways to give
Payroll giving is an easy way for you to give to United Response straight from your salary. As the donation comes out of your gross salary, the Government gives United Response the tax that they would otherwise have kept. In other words, it lets you give even more at no extra cost to you.
|Cost to you as a 20% tax payer||£4||£6||£8|
|Cost to you as a 40% tax payer||£3||£4.50||£6|
It’s worth speaking to your employer about their matched giving policy as you may be able to double your donation with input from them.
How to get started with payroll giving
To speak to a member of the team please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Amazon Smile: donate while you shop
Do you shop on Amazon? Now you can support adults and young people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health needs or physical disabilities every time you order a new book, buy a present, or stock up on household items.
Simply start your shopping experience at Amazon Smile and select “United Response” as your preferred charity. United Response will receive 0.5% of every purchase, at no cost to you.
Give as you Live: donate through shopping online
Did you know that you can support United Response just by shopping online?
Visit Give as you Live to shop with over 3,000 retailers – including Play.com, John Lewis and Expedia – and they’ll donate to United Response … all without charging you a penny more.
Donate through searching online
Everyclick is a search engine, which helps raise vital funds to support our work. It behaves just like any other search engine by providing full search results, and if you set your chosen charity to United Response, all your future searches will generate money for us.
Visit our Everyclick page now, and don’t forget to make it your homepage. If you’d like to track your giving and see how quickly it adds up, you can do so by signing in and selecting United Response as your chosen charity.
Give a “present from the past” – and also help someone in need today
Celebrate a birthday, wedding anniversary, graduation, first day in a new job or even your first date with a unique video for almost any date and year over the last century.
The videos use historic footage from the ITN and Reuters archives and are narrated by former BBC and ITN news anchor Martyn Lewis.
Each video starts with your own personal message to the recipient, and is delivered online at a date and hour of your choosing.
Order a Your Big Day video for £19.50 and enter the code UR in the charity box to trigger a donation of £4 to United Response.