ENABLING THE TRAINING
OF CENTRAL ASIAN CHRISTIANS
MAKE A GIFT
Make a gift
You can make a gift to Eurasian Ministries by sending us a cheque in the post, charity vouchers, by direct bank transfer to our account or online through give.net from Stewardship. You can also set up regular gifts by standing order.
Use Give.Net from Stewardship to make an online donation. You can do this from www.give.net/Eurasian. Stewardship look after all the card handling and pass your gift on to us. We do not have access to or store your card details.
Charitable Giving Service
Eurasian Ministries is registered with all of the major organisations such as CAF and Stewardship. When completing a voucher or making an online gift just ensure that it is payable to Eurasian Ministries UK Trust.
Please send your cheque, payable to Eurasian Ministries, to our office in Tunbridge Wells: Eurasian Ministries, 28 Church Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1JP. If you are a tax payer please don’t forget to complete and send us a gift aid declaration (form below).
Direct Bank Transfer
You can transfer funds directly into our account using the details below. Please also send us an email to email@example.com so that we can administer your gift at our end. (It is a requirement that we can properly account for large donations that are later send overseas.) If you are a tax payer please don’t forget to complete and send us a gift aid declaration (form below).
Bank: Barclays Bank, 2, High Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1BG, United Kingdom.
Account name: Eurasian Ministries UK Trust.
Sort Code: 20-19-95
Account number: 10448265.
From Overseas Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the most efficient means of making your gift.
Click here to download a Gift Aid Declaration Form which allows us to reclaim the tax you have already paid on this gift.
Click here to download a Standing Order Mandate Form. Please print this off, complete it and send it in the post as directed on the form.
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