If you have read about the ministry of the All Souls Orchestra or attended the concerts and would like to help the work of the Orchestra to continue and develop further, here are some of the ways you can help as an individual.
Click here or wherever you see the Donate button on the website and you can help to support the needs of All Souls Orchestra with just a few clicks of your mouse.
Donate regularly (Standing Order & Gift Aid)
Regular support enables us to plan and budget effectively which allows us to do more. We need the support of friends who are willing to support us regularly (with prayer as well as finance).
All Souls Orchestra Partnership
The All Souls Orchestra Partnership was formed in 2009 to give supporters the opportunity to become practically involved in the continuing development of this music ministry – supporting the areas described around the website through mission around the UK or overseas, to children through PP4S, and the church as a whole through sharing resources.
There is no fixed contribution so you can join to Partnership at any level from as low as £5 per month. You can also make the payment in various ways (cheque, credit card or Standing Order). However, as there is nothing more encouraging to a small organisation like ours than to have a commitment of regular contributions, we do encourage you if at all possible to sign up to a Standing Order arrangement to spread the donation over small monthly amounts.
Also if you qualify for Gift Aid, please don’t forget to sign the Gift Aid declaration.
Alternatively, download the forms to print and return by post:
- Partnership flier
- Response and payment forms
- Standing Order instruction (to send to your bank)
Donate through your pay packet (Payroll Giving or Give As You Earn)
If you are a wage-earner, one of the best ways of organising regular giving is through your pay packet. Payroll Giving donations are deducted before tax so each £1.00 you give will only cost you 78p, and if you’re a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.
Why not have a look at www.payrollgiving.co.uk and consider it.