Around half of all businesses in the United Kingdom have between 1 and 9 percent of their employees donating toward charities from their salaries. Only 10 percent reported between 10 and 24 percent of their employees doing this. In the United Kingdom, charitable donations attract a like-forlike payment from the government, making such donations twice as valuable. It has been estimated that around 735,000 employees donated to charities directly from their pay. Working together in groups of three or four, consider ways in which an employer could encourage their workers to make charitable donations. How can the schemes be run? Create a series of suggestions and share your ideas with the rest of the class. While there are proven ways to promote this kind of giving, is it reasonable to expect employees to get involved?