Payroll Giving SIG Meeting 8th November 2012. British Heart

Payroll Giving SIG Meeting
8th November 2012.
British Heart Foundation , Greater London House,
180 Hampstead Road, London NW1 7AW
9.30 – 10.00
10.00 –
10.15 am
10.15 –
Registration and coffee
10.45 –
11.15 –
12.15 –
1.00 pm
1.00 1.45 pm
1.45 –
2.00 pm
2.00 –
2.15 pm
2.15 –
3.15 pm
3.15 –
3.30 pm
3.30 pm
Welcome and Introduction
Internal Payroll Giving Promotions. Progress being achieved by
charities and best practice results from the National Payroll Giving
Excellence Awards.
Question and Answer Session. This open session hopes to
consider a range of relevant questions and answers relating to the
progress of Payroll Giving initiatives.
Coffee Break
Chair – Jane Banks, British Heart
Discussion facilitated by
Stephen Noble, Barnardos
Facilitated by Jane Banks
The Payroll Giving Centre – what does it do and who does it? Ian
Harris, MD of Z/Yen explains about this valuable information
source and as the Chair of the Judging Panel for the National
Payroll Giving Excellence Awards he’ll update all on the Payroll
Giving event of the year.
Case Study – Robert Holdcraft t/a McDonald’s Restaurants Ltd.
Short listed for the Best SME Campaign in the 2012 National
Payroll Giving Excellence Awards, this case study will provide
inspiration and insight into how a successful campaign can be run
in difficult circumstances.
Ian Harris, Managing Director,
Z/Yen Ltd.
Annual General Meeting of the Payroll Giving SIG
Chair – Jane Banks
Update on the APGO.
Panikos Efthimou
Payroll Giving – Creating a Culture of Philanthropy in the UK. This
interactive session follows on from the presentation given by
Andrew Watt, CEO of the AFP, USA. With the help of a panel we
will explore three key areas of engagement and brainstorm what
options there are to influence this important part of the growth of
Payroll Giving.
Recap and closing comments
Chairing the Panel: Panikos
Efthimou. Expert panellists will
present their views for
breakout groups to discuss.
Meeting ends – Date of next meeting Thursday 18th April 2013.
Steve Stone, People Manager,
Robert Holdcroft t/a
McDonald’s Restaurants
Chair – Jane Banks