The Charity Pledge

Below are all of the brilliant charities who have so far signed our pledge to always #ShowTheSalary for the roles they advertise.

We expect many more names to be added in the coming weeks so please check back regularly and show your support for:

As a human rights charity, tackling inequity and discrimination is at the heart of our ethos. We always show the salary when we recruit and love this campaign to get the whole charity sector to step up and help tackle gender, race and other pay gaps.” – Angela Style, Interim CEO, Birthrights

Transparency and trust are at the heart of what Leeds Cares stands for. In striving for greater equality and diversity in our team, Leeds Cares believes passionately that by being open about our salary ranges and welcoming those with relevant experience, but not necessarily a degree where one is not essential, we can attract the best talent and deliver the very best service. We have not always published a salary on our job adverts but are committed to doing so going forward, and thank Show the Salary for raising this important issue.”

“Teenage Cancer Trust are proud to sign up to the Show the Salary (#ShowTheSalary) pledge. We recognise the significance of showing salaries for all recruitment, whether internal or external, to support a culture of transparency, equality and inclusion. We want to attract skilled and experienced people because of their abilities and potential, not because of their background, ethnicity, gender or other irrelevant factors. We believe that showing the salary is an important step towards tackling discrimination and building inclusivity and we would encourage others in the charity sector to do the same and sign up to the pledge.”

“We’re going to need a bigger and better ‘us’, to build a fairer, more inclusive society. Too many employers reinforce barriers by colluding with outdated practices, which have historically compounded disadvantage. Real leadership opens doors, nurtures trust and advances opportunities for all. Let’s not hold another generation back! #ShowThe Salary” – The Winch

“As an organisation committed to building sustainable solutions that create an equitable and resilient world, Development Initiatives is excited to be able to support the #ShowThe Salary pledge so that we can drive discrimination and inequality out of the sector.

“Reach Volunteering have always showed the salary on job ads. Why hide such a key piece of information? We want to attract the widest range, of the best possible candidates for the job. That means being transparent about what you can offer, and assuring all candidates that they will be treated with respect and fairness. Hiding the salary just communicates the opposite.”

“As the national charity for children in care and care leavers, Become is committed to tackling inequality and helping build a fairer, kinder society where care experienced children and young people can achieve their potential. We pledge to always #ShowTheSalary when we recruit for roles in order to promote equity, inclusion and transparency. We’ll keep reviewing and improving our recruiting processes to ensure we’re attracting the best talent, helping build a more diverse and representative charity and delivering the best outcomes for care experienced young people.” Katharine Sacks-Jones, CEO

“Showing the salary is about being honest, transparent, and fair to people. It’s the obvious thing for any decent, well-run organisation to do.” My Life My Choice

“To create a fairer sector and society, we need to eliminate any potential practices that could stand in the way of that. Salary transparency is a simple, but powerful step forward that any organisation can take, which is why we’re supporting and promoting the #ShowTheSalary pledge.” Mhairi Sharp, COO, National Emergencies Trust

“The Equality Trust is proud to support this campaign for all organisations to Show the Salary. We believe that pay transparency is vital for accountability and a key component in the fight against pay discrimination in all forms. We are looking forward to working with Show the Salary to help tackle income inequality.”

“The Equality Trust is proud to support this campaign for all organisations to Show the Salary. We believe that pay transparency is vital for accountability and a key component in the fight against pay discrimination in all forms. We are looking forward to working with Show the Salary to help tackle income inequality.”

Do you work at a charity who wants to feature on this page? Complete the form to register your interesting in taking the pledge to always Show The Salary and we’ll be in touch!

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