Financially supporting the ministry of HT

HT's mission is to help people 'Come to Christ, Learn to Love, and Love to Learn', changing lives in Cambridge, across the UK, and throughout the world. The ministry of HT is funded by the generosity of the church family. The most helpful way to give to HT is by standing order, and you can also give by bank transfer, cheque, cash, and online. Please see the tabs below for further details. If you have any questions about how give to or about the finances at HT please contact the Finance Officer via e-mail.

If you would like to give directly to the Transform Project, please see the details on different methods of giving at the bottom of the Transform page

 

Regular giving by standing order is the preferred method as it allows for planning of future ministries and activities, with confidence. Please use the details below for setting up online and ensure that your name is included so that any Gift Aid can be reclaimed, or fill in the standing order form and return to the Finance Officer.

Account Name: Holy Trinity PCC
Sort Code: 40-16-08
Account Number: 30446211

To make a bank transfer, please use the details below and ensure that your name is included as a reference.

Account Name: Holy Trinity PCC
Sort Code: 40-16-08
Account Number: 30446211

If you are a UK taxpayer, please consider completing a Gift Aid declaration (see the final tab), which will allow us to claim back the basic tax rate on your gift, currently 25p for each pound given.

There is an open plate collection at the Sunday services. Please use the giving envelopes available as they allow us to reclaim the Gift Aid if you are a UK Tax payer.

If you pay UK tax (Income or Capital Gains Tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax, please fill in, sign and return (at the address below) a Gift Aid declaration. The benefit to HT is that it can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound given. (If you pay higher rate tax, you may recover this through your own tax return.)