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Sunday October 29th
This is the backbone of the church’s finance as it allows us to plan for the future with confidence.
Where possible, we encourage donors to register for Gift Aid. This is done by completing a simple declaration form in advance. This government tax rebate scheme increases the value of your donations considerably at no extra cost to you.
We have two schemes available:
This can be set up through your bank to make regular payments with the minimum of fuss. These donors can place a token in the collection each week.
These come as a set of 52 envelopes, pre-dated for each week of the year. The envelopes are normally placed in the collection at Sunday services but can be taken to the church at any time. Donations can be made by cash or cheque (payable to St Paul’s, Honiton PCC)
These are valuable sources of income and can be made by cash or cheque (payable to St Paul’s, Honiton PCC). Again we encourage the use of Gift Aid wherever possible.
Simply take your donation to St Paul’s at any time.
You need to place your donation in a yellow Gift Aid envelope before giving it to St Paul’s. You must complete your name and address details each time you use a yellow envelope so regular donors may prefer one of the Planned Giving schemes described above.
St Paul’s has been fortunate over the years in the number of legacies it has received. These have enabled some major improvement and maintenance projects to be completed.
Please ask us for advice about including provision for St Paul’s in your will, or consult your solicitor.
You can give to St Paul’s using on-line banking. Please ask at the Parish Office for details. This giving can be subject to Gift Aid.
If you are a UK taxpayer please make donation through Gift Aid. St Paul’s is then able to claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give. Gift Aid is a scheme that allows any charity to claim a refund of tax the donor has paid on money given. This tax refund can be from tax already paid on income, investments or savings accounts.
One-off donations will need to be made using a yellow envelope. Fill in your name and address as this information is required by HMRC. But that is all you need to do - it is that straightforward. The church will, of course, treat your details as confidential.
You can sign up to raise funds for St Paul’s whilst you shop online at hundreds of e-store or use the site for your web searches. There is no additional cost to you.
There are also a wide range of special offers available through easyfundraising.org so you and St Paul’s will both benefit.