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Give As You Earn (GAYE)

Workplace giving programme By Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India

 

About Give As You Earn (GAYE)

Taking "giving" to the doorstep of individuals, our workplace giving programme "Give As You Earn" offers companies and their employees an easy and tax-effective way of giving to the cause and NGO of their choice through payroll.

The programme is centred on the two pillars of "money and many". It encourages both company and employee involvement and compliments the company's goal of supporting local community initiatives.

All the NGOs supported through the programme go through strict legal, fiscal and financial checks undertaken by our grant making team to ensure that the contributions given by the employees are utilised in an efficient and effective manner.

Annual updates are sent to the employees to help the employees stay in touch with the cause and NGO they are supporting.

Currently more than 50,000 GAYE donors are supporting 206 NGOs across India

Benefits for EmployeesBenefits for Employers
  • Allows employees to choose a cause close to their hearts
  • A great opportunity for community service
  • Provides volunteering opportunities
  • Simple way to give -donations are made from salary each month
  • Employees can claim tax benefits (80G) for contributions
  • Donations can start, change or stop at any time
  • One of the best ways of employee engagement
  • Builds employee morale and loyalty
  • Assists with employee attraction and retention
  • Workplace giving can be combined with Matched Giving and become a part of company’s CSR
  • Cost-effective method of Giving with low project implementation & monitoring cost

How does it work?

Once you sign-up for the programme, the process is easy to manage.

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Why CAF India GAYE for Payroll Giving?

Give As You Earn is easy to set up and mange employee giving programme. Our staff is here to support you through-out the process.

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GAYE Partners

The implications of Section 135 of Companies Act, 2013, bears both, qualitative and quantitative effects on the overall strategic objectives, operational framework and functionalities of CSR initiatives.

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