GIVING

Ascension members contribute to the life and work of the church in many different ways, including financially. There are different ways of giving financially explained below.

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES MY GIVING MAKE?

Over the last few years your giving has enabled us to do so much great work in the church! We’ve been able to open Parish Coffee, redecorate the church and install a new heating system. This has allowed our vision of the church building becoming a 24 / 7 community hub to become a reality. Alongside this we are also able to financially support 5 mission partners. Thank you for your generosity!

HOW CAN I GIVE TO ASCENSION?

GIVE REGULARLY

Standing Order

Set up a standing order with your bank and contact us to let us know:

Payable to: Church of the Ascension
Sort Code: 60-01-34
Account No: 21378282

Give via a charitable aid agency
Employer’s Payroll Giving scheme

Give through your employer’s Payroll Giving scheme, if your employer provides this.

LEGACY

Contact us for more information

Gift Aid

If you pay UK tax (income or capital gains tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax, please fill out the GIFT AID DECLARATION below. The benefit to Ascension is that we can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound given. If you pay higher rate tax you may recover this through your own tax return.

 

Gift Aid Declaration Form

Please claim Gift Aid on my donations to THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF THE ASCENSION, BALHAM HILL (Charity Number 1136105) for

I confirm that I am a UK taxpayer and have paid or will pay sufficient Income or Capital Gains tax in each tax year to cover all the tax that will be reclaimed by all the charities or Community Amateur Sports Clubs to which I have made Gift Aid donations in any tax year covered by this declaration. I understand that I am responsible for paying any tax shortfall.

Please let us know if any of your personal details change, or if you no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains.