Christ Church Duns - every donation counts
|Donating through our JustGiving page will enable us to claim Gift Aid on all your donations. Use this secure site to make a one-off donation or to set up a regular monthly payment. Your gift will remain anonymous if you so wish.
A one-off donation of:
A monthly contribution of:
We are so grateful to all those who contribute to Christ Church and thank you warmly for your donation. If you would like your gift to be used for a specific purpose, please include this as a comment. If you would like to set up a regular standing order direct from your bank account to ours, please download and complete this Bank Standing Order Mandate. Standing orders from your bank account remain, for us, the preferred way of regular giving and really help with our budgeting. These can be set up to make monthly, quarterly or yearly payments, which continue until further notice by you to your bank.
Shopping online with Amazon
When you shop online with Amazon, please use the https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/SC009385 link - Amazon donates a small amount to your selected charity.
Other online shopping with Easyfundraising
Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising free donations for Christ Church Duns with easyfundraising?
1. Go to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ccduns/ and join for free.
2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping.
3. After you’ve checked out, the retailer will make a donation to Christ Church at no extra cost to you whatsoever!
Leaving a Legacy in your Will to the Church
For information about leaving a legacy to Christ Church in your Will, please download our information leaflet. Please note that our Scottish Charity Number is SCO09385. For further information the Scottish Episcopal Church has published a useful leaflet on their website: Leaving a legacy to the church.
We do keep our financial and church membership records on a computer database, and in line with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1988 and recent GDPR legislation, you are entitled to details of personal information stored upon request.