You can donate online by clicking on the "On Line Donations" or 'JustGiving' links to the right. This will take you to the 'Mirfield Team Parish' giving pages. Simply follow the instructions or view the pages for the various appeals/fundraising pages. Please be aware that a small percentage is taken by the Just Giving Charity for admin. purposes.
Donations are also welcome at any time via cheques made payable to 'Mirfield Team Parish'. To make a BAC's payment please use the following details
Account name: PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF MIRFIELD TEAM PARISH
Sort code: 40-19-17
Account number: 41148117
Reference: (YOUR NAME)
A Gift Aid form can be downloaded by clicking the text to the right, or, Gift Aid Envelopes are available in all of the 3 churches: St John's, St. Mary's and St Paul's. If you pay tax then every donation you make could earn an extra 25% for the church appeal.
The Parish Giving Scheme (PGS) allows you to pay monthly from your bank account by direct debit. You can Gift Aid your donations (if eligible) so that tax can be reclaimed this is worth an extra 25p for every pound given. Tokens can also be issued for you to put on the plate signifying that you give by the scheme.
If you are willing to move to this scheme then the easiest way is by telephone as follows:
The number to ring is 0333 002 1271 (Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm)
You will need the following:
1.Your Bank account details
2.The name of the parish – which is listed as Mirfield St. Mary the Virgin (but also covers St. Paul’s and St. John’s)
3.You will be asked if you want to pay monthly, quarterly or annually
4.You will be asked if you want to increase your giving in line with inflation each year.
5.Confirm if you are eligible to Gift Aid
6.They will ask you for the PGS code for the parish which is 460646429
This process should take no more than about 15 minutes.
Your help to support our vision for the future of Mirfield Team Parish will be greatly appreciated.
Contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
for any information you may need.
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