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© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Z/Yen Group Limited 90 Basinghall Street London EC2V 5AY tel: +44 (20) “Zest for Enlightenment” 8 November 2012 The Payroll Giving Centre What Does It Do & Who Does It? Ian Harris
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Quality Mark Awards ♦Platinum Quality Mark Award ♦National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards ♦Payroll Giving Centre Website ♦Answers queries about payroll giving ♦And previously administered: Payroll Giving SME Grant Programme Payroll Giving Training Programme What Does It Do?
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Who Does The Hard Work? SonyaLinda
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Who Does A Bit Of Judging? Jane Ian
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Institute of Fundraising Lead PeterLee
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 History Of Z/Yen Involvement ♦1998 to 2004: work with BEN including work on Payroll Giving System ♦2004 to 2007: Payroll Giving Grants Scheme ♦2004 to present: Payroll Giving Centre ♦2006 to present: Quality Mark ♦2007 to present: National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards Differently Hirsute Back In The Day
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 SME Grant Programme The Grant Programme Was pre Lee Grant
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 SME Grant Programme In Stats
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Training Programme In Stats Red column is cancelled courses Total number of attendees was courses in London 2 courses in Birmingham
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦2006: 300, 2007: 900… ♦2012: Over 8,500 QM Awards distributed – the highest ever! 4,240 Standard Awards 1,870 Bronze Awards 1,186 Silver Awards 1,257 Gold Awards ♦2012 Platinum Award launched! Quality Mark Awards
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Over 80 employers signed up to the public register 36 Platinum QM Awards issued summer A further 21 applications received 13 were issued in Oct (others require supporting evidence) ♦Total of 49 Platinum Awards made ♦2012 applications are now closed! Platinum Awards
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards (NPGEA) Blue column is number of applications Red column is organisations who wanted to be considered for a second category
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 NPGEA 2011 First gigs for Chloe Smith and Peter Lewis, last gig for GoD No 11 Downing Street
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Nine categories in 2012 ♦Including recognition for individuals and partners ♦‘Special’ cash prize from our sponsor for the Individual category winner ♦41 applications were received ♦28 were shortlisted! NPGEA 2012
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Date: 30th October 2012 ♦Venue: HM Treasury ♦Master of Ceremonies: CEO, IoF ♦Host: Economic Secretary to the Treasury ♦Presenter: Minister for Civil Society ♦Sponsor: Charities Trust ♦Info: NPGEA 2012
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 NPGEA 2012 At the reception before the results are announced
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards Nick Hurd “in the thick of it” with ASOS Sajid Javid & Nick Hurd all smiles with Save The Children
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Best Launch – The Entertainer ♦Best Re-Launch – Network Rail ♦Best Large Employer – BT ♦Best SME Employer – Robert Holdcroft Ltd t/a McDonald’s ♦Best Civil Society- Save the Children ♦Best Public Sector Employer – Police Force of Northern Ireland ♦Best Innovative Partnership- ASOS with Workplace Giving ♦Best Individual Contribution – Gary Grant – The Entertainer ♦Best Overall - Robert Holdcroft Ltd t/a McDonald’s NPGEA - Winners
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 NPGEA 2012 Best Overall - Robert Holdcroft Ltd t/a McDonald’s Best Individual Contribution – Gary Grant – The Entertainer – not related to Lee Grant
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Continue to work with Government Consultation (autumn/winter) Future of the Payroll Giving project Promoting Payroll Giving to charities and fundraisers ♦“...a polite request for contributions to the consultation…” ♦Ensuring the 2012 NPGEA is a springboard into the next phase of Payroll Giving... Next Steps... (Lee Grant, Institute)
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Award winners promoted as examples of good practice and excellence – “raise the regular standard” ♦Why does Payroll Giving matter? Payroll Giving reaches the parts other philanthropy cannot reach Workplaces are communities core to sustainable commerce and philanthropy Simplicity – yes really, but could be simpler Stable income is valuable income Next Steps & Thoughts – Ian Harris
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 Price Your Own Fish Thank you!
© Z/Yen Group 2010 © Z/Yen Group 2012 ♦Do the Quality Mark and Excellent Awards Schemes really help to promote Payroll Giving? ♦Can (or how can) we get better and more engagement with: Charities Employers? ♦If you could only make one improvement to the Payroll Giving system what would it be? Questions For Discussion
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