Giving and Donations

How to give 

Thank you for considering donating to All Saints’. We are grateful for all the support we receive  to help us meet the £2,800 monthly cost of keeping the church open. In addition, there are  substantial costs in maintaining & restoring our mediaeval grade 1 listed building. 

Online card donation 

To access All Saints’ Haslingfields online donation, please use the following link: https://www.give.net/20038381

Regular giving 

The best way to give regularly is by direct debit through the Parish Giving scheme. You can set this up by telephoning 0333 002 1271 – you will need to have your bank account  details and the parish code of All Saints Haslingfield – 140614123 – to hand. If you would prefer to register by post, please contact the treasurer for a pack.  If you would like details of the scheme, please visit https://www.parishgiving.org.uk/donors/ 

BACS or Bank standing orders 

All Saints’ Haslingfield PCC – Sort Code: 08-92-99 – Account Number: 65763324 Cheques including CAF donations – made payable to All Saints’ Church Haslingfield PCC.  

Gift Aid 

If you wish to donate by BACS, standing order or cheque and can gift aid your donation, please download the form here and forward to the Treasurer. This will increase your donation by 25%. 

Contact 

If you have any questions, or require an address to forward donations, please contact the  treasurer – David Gale – 01223 665392 or treasurerhaslingfieldpcc@outlook.com 

What does All Saints’ spend the money on? 

Our principal area of expenditure is ‘ministry share’. Clergy are paid directly by the Church of  England; we pay a ‘ministry share’ to the Diocese of Ely as our contribution to the cost of clergy  and their accommodation in the area, safeguarding and training. Another major area of  expenditure is insurance of our mediaeval church, with building costs, administration costs, and  churchyard maintenance making up the balance of what we spend. 

In addition to our regular expenditure, we have a responsibility to restore and maintain our  medieval grade 1 listed building, an expensive and ongoing problem. 

The church accounts are published annually, and the way our money is spent is monitored regularly by the church’s elected representatives on the Parochial Church Council (PCC).