Thank you for considering a donation to support our work!
We currently have FIVE campaign streams, in need of your support. Simply click on the headline of any of the funds (below) to be taken to a donation page (which includes an option to Gift-aid your donation, and options for regular direct debit donations too)
(General maintenance and improvement of all parish buildings)
(Providing a toilet for all users of the parish church. Read all about it: Accessible Toilet Project)
(A part-time worker to drive forward our work with the next generation)
(the day to day costs of running the parish, paying staff, keeping the heating on…)
(Providing direct relief to those affected by poverty, individually or through other local charities. Please note that this fund is currently in surplus and your donation will be more promptly used in one of the other campaigns)
Other ways to donate:
Regular donation to our General Mission via ‘Parish Giving’ or weekly envelopes
Please contact the Rector (email@example.com) or Alan Hakim (Stewardship Secretary) for a form to complete. Or just go to our parish page on the Parish Giving website, to set up (and control) your regular donation. Please click here to access the portal
Direct Bank Transfer:
If none of the above ways appeal to you, you may of course, simply transfer funds directly from your bank account to ours:
Account number: 00015256 Sort Code: 40-52-40. Name: “PCC of St Faith’s”
To help us allocate your gift to the intended area of our work, please notify us of your intention by sending an email to ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’
Cheques (payable to PCC of St Faith’s) or cash can be placed in a donation envelope (available in church), and then handed to a church staff member, or posted through the Parish Office letterbox (at 2 North Street). Donation envelopes include the option for you to complete a gift-aid declaration.
Contactless donations: One-off gifts of between £3 and £30 can be made using the contactless donation point in church (when the church is open, of course). Gift aid is automatically receivable on such donations, up to an annual maximum set by the Government.