Giving to TFM
Through Faith Missions is a non-profit making charitable company supported entirely by donations. We do not charge for the ministry given but do ask that expenses be reimbursed (travel and minor expenses) although churches involved will often make a donation to support the work of TFM. We do not receive any direct funding from the Church of England or any other denomination.
Your gift, however small or large, is greatly appreciated.
You can give in various ways....
Making a regular donation helps us to plan our work ahead, giving us an indication of what our future income will be. The best way to do this is by setting up a standing order with your bank. Please also note that you can Gift Aid donations in which case see the section below about this.
If you use online banking then you can set up your own standing order from your online account. You will require our bank details which are:
Name Through Faith Missions Ltd
Branch Cambridge (Lloyd’s Bank)
If you set up a standing order in this way please let us know for our records and add your name as the reference. You will also need to complete a gift aid form if you have not already completed one for us. To download a Gift Aid declaration form click here.
If you would prefer us to set up the standing order then please compete the relevant section on the form and send into us at the office address.
One off donations
One off donations may be made using an online payment using the detail above or via a cheque payable to 'Through Faith Missions Ltd'. Please send cheques to the TFM office.
To use a credit/debit card you can click here.
However, please don't use this for a regular donations, if possible, as it will reduce your giving by administration fees. Better to set up a standing order.
Leaving a gift in your will - Legacies
Planning a gift through your will is an expression of your sincere commitment and love toward TFM. Such a gift represents a lasting testimony to your life's work, beliefs and values.
for a brief guide we have prepared on leaving a legacy.
There are financial advantages to leaving a legacy. It makes a long-term commitment without affecting your current lifestyle. Legacies can be tax effective in that your estate may be able to claim charitable donations in the year of death.
You could leave a specific amount or a specific piece of property, or you could leave a share of your estate. Whatever you decide we strongly advise that you consult someone who is legally competent to set up a legacy.
If you pay income tax we can reclaim 25p for every £1 you give, irrespective of the size of your gift or how you pay it, provided that you have paid the equivalent amount in Income and/or Capital Gains Tax. Also, if you are a higher rate taxpayer, you can claim tax relief on the donation in your annual tax return.
For us to claim the Gift Aid you need to make a Gift Aid Declaration and then we can reclaim tax on that particular gift and/or all future donations, whether one-off or regular. Contact us and we will send you a Gift Aid declaration form. Or download our form here
which has a Gift Aid declaration.
Please advise us if you have been registered with us for Gift Aid but no longer pay Income Tax.
Your giving is a blessing to us and we are grateful. There are no special procedures or forms for non-tax payers.
You can also give directly, via a card payment, using the secure form below: