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Giving

We rely on your generous and sacrificial giving.

This enables the ministry here to flourish and grow, provide for the staff team, maintain and improve our facilities and enable us to help fund some great mission partners around Farnborough and in the world. 
The Parish of Cove relies on the generosity of its members to fulfil its mission to build a loving and growing community centred on Christ
If you have any questions regarding giving then please do not hesitate to contact us

 

How to give

Parish Giving Scheme 

If you would like to give regularly to the parish, our preferred approach is by direct debit through the Parish Giving Scheme, which is recommended by the Church of England and our diocese of Guildford. You can read an introductory leaflet here.

Full details of the scheme, including an information booklet, application form and envelope addressed to the scheme are available in all our churches in a plastic wallet.
 
The information booklet can be downloaded here and further information is available on the diocesan website. Please contact us to send you a copy of the application form, which when complete should be sent to the following address: 

Parish Giving Scheme 
Church House 
College Green 
Gloucester 
GL1 2LY 

 

Cash

You can give by cash in the collection boxes at our sites, using a yellow envelope if you are a tax payer so that we can reclaim Gift Aid from HMRC.
 

MyDonate

If you would like to support refurbishment work to our churches to enable us to better serve our community, or the important work undertaken by the Open Door drop-in centre, you can make a donation using the MyDonate button below. Please specify in the message how you would like the donation to be used.



 

Thinking of leaving a legacy?

If you are considering making a bequest to the parish of Cove or have already included a gift to the Parish of Cove in your will and would like to talk to somebody or require more information, then please feel free to contact us
This information will be treated in confidence and is not binding in any way. 

General information is also available from churchlegacy.org.uk