You can make regular donations to charity through your payroll, if your employer agrees to operate the scheme.
The scheme operates by deducting your donation from your gross pay equal to the net cost to you of the monthly net donation you want to make – so as an example, if you want to donate D20 per month to a charity, your employer would deduct this and pay it to the scheme managers. This reduces the employee’s tax for that month by D4. The employee has made a donation of D20 at a cost of D16. For higher rate and additional rate taxpayers, the saving is greater.