This project is only possible with the support and generosity of those that support the parish. Naturally, we have a great deal of fundraising to do, and we encourage you to think about how you might be able to make a contribution to part of the project. However, there are other ways to support the project; take a look below.


Our online giving platform is safe, secure, and easy to use. Whether you're giving once, or would like to give regularly!

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If you pay income tax in the UK, you are most likely able to add GiftAid to your donations. If you don't know what GiftAid is, it is a scheme set up by the government which allows charities to claim 25% of a donation at no additional cost to the donor. This means that a £100 donation would be worth £125 to us. For more information, take a look at our giving guide or contact our Finance Coordinator.

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Large Gifts

Donations worth over £2,000 are best not given to us via our online platform as transactions fees are much greater. If you are looking to make a large gift, please contact us and we will arrange a call to discuss the best means of making your donation.

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As part of your will, you can extend your lifelong giving by sharing a part of your wealth to St Elizabeth’s. Your gift will have a lasting impact, bringing delight and inspiration for future generations. A legacy to a charitable cause has the added benefit of reducing inheritance tax for the remainder of your estate. In order to discuss gifts in wills, please contact the Parish Office.

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Matched Giving

Matched giving is where a benefactor agrees to match the donations of a fundraising campaign up to a maximum figure. For example, a donor may match all donations up to £10,000, meaning that they will contribute £1 for every £1 raised through the campaign up to a maximum of £10,000. This not only helps to possibly double your donation, but also to motivate other donors. If you're interested in becoming a match giver, please let us know.

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