Thanks to our dedicated volunteers we know that every pound given to the work of the Heart Church goes a long way – we invite you therefore to partner with us through giving.
If you would like to make an online donation to our work, you can donate via Paypal by following the link below. You are welcome to specify where you would like your gift to be used – or you can leave it to us to decide!
Here are some other ways to give.
Specify where you'd like your giving to go with PayPal.
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Give Regulary By setting up a Standing Order. Either complete the form downloaded from here, or contact the finance department (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details. If you want to give one amount per month but split it to various areas then please let us know. In Sunday Services, by cheque, cash or credit/ debit card. Use an envelope if needed. You can give tithes and offerings, gifts to missions or to any other specific project that requires financial support. Through your employers payroll giving scheme (this only applies if your employer runs such a scheme - your Human Resources department can provide details on this). Through an organisation such as CAF (Charities Aid Foundation).
By cheque or giving voucher. Payable to “Heart Church”, you can post it to the church office (contact details here). By Text. Give up to £10 by texting HCHC00 plus the amount to 70070 (e.g. for £10 text “HCHC0010”). All money received will go to the church’s general funds. Use the bracketed codes to give specifically to Missions (HCMS01), CTZN (CTZN00), T/O (TOVR00) or Adventure Kids (AKID00). Quoted shares and other securities (which entitles you to tax relief). Legacy giving. Would you consider leaving a gift to the church in your will? Its value will not be included when valuing your estate for Inheritance Tax purposes. Inheritance Tax is usually paid on an estate when somebody dies. Gifts made to a charity in the seven years before your death are exempt from Inheritance Tax.
Tax Efficient Giving
If you pay UK tax (Income or Capital Gains Tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax, you will need to fill in, sign and return to us an ongoing Gift Aid declaration (available on a Sunday—or download here) if you have not done so already. The benefit to the church 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).