You can set up a Direct Debit that will send your donations direct from your bank account to Barnabas Fund. You can specify any amount and at what frequency it will be paid out. Please donate online to set up a direct debit. If you are unable to do this please phone our Swindon Office on 01793 744557, or alternatively, download a form.Donate online Download Direct Debit form Change my direct debit
For a quick donation of £5.00 by SMS (see terms and conditions here) text AID to 70660 (Please note: This facility is presently only available to UK supporters). Text costs £5.00 plus network charge. Barnabas Fund receives 100% of your donation. Obtain bill payer’s permission. Customer care 024 7623 1923. Charity No 1092935.
Regular giving by SMS
For a quick and easy way to give a Bible each month, text STREAMS to 70660 to give a £5.00 monthly donation by SMS *(see terms and conditions here, please note: This facility is presently only available to UK supporters). This is a subscription service, it will cost £5.00 per month until you reply with a “STOP” text. Please obtain bill payer’s permission. Customer care 024 7623 1923. Charity No 1092935.
If you prefer to telephone you can call direct to donate by dialling: 0800 587 4006 (UK) or +44 24 7623 1923 (Outside UK)
For one-off payments, our bank details are - Account number: 50133299 sort code: 20-26-53.
For your payment reference please use EITHER your unique supporter number if known, OR your UK postcode and house number (or ANON to remain anonymous) followed by the project number you wish to support. For example: 123456/000 or SE14NF/2/000. If you prefer NOT to receive an acknowledgment letter for your payment, please add /DNA at the end of your reference or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cash/Cheque deposits - at your bank or any branch of Barclays bank, please ask the cashier to include your payment reference.
Acknowledgment letters: If we do not have your full address on record, please send this by email with a summary of your giving.
If you are a UK taxpayer you may well be able to boost you donation by 25p for every £1 you donate. It doesn’t cost you anything; the “extra” is reclaimed from income tax or capital gains tax you will pay in the current tax year. You will pay the same amount of tax irrespective of whether you “gift aid” donations or not. Tax reclaimed must not exceed the amount of tax you pay in the tax year of the donation(s), or HMRC may charge you for the difference. It is fine to wait until you receive your annual statement from HMRC and then request us to retrospectively claim Gift Aid on your donations, and this is best if you are unsure.
For us to reclaim the tax we will need a valid Gift Aid Declaration. The Declaration is very simple. We need your name and address so that HMRC can verify you as a UK taxpayer. In addition you need to tell us which gift(s) we can reclaim the tax from; this usually means putting a tick in an appropriate box. You will also need to inform us if your address changes or if new circumstances mean that you are no longer able to Gift Aid your donations. A form can be found in most of our literature, from our website, or we can send one on request. A Gift Aid Declaration can be made without donating, just by clicking on the button to the right.
You can donate between ten and 100 per cent of the proceeds when you sell unwanted items on eBay. Simply list the item in the usual way on our eBay charity page and specify the percentage of the sale you wish Barnabas Fund to receive.
Did you know you can create a fundraiser for Barnabas Fund on Facebook? Facebook fundraisers enables you to invite and encourage your friends and family on Facebook to donate to your favourite charity, perhaps instead of buying you material birthday gifts. To find out more click here.
AmazonSmile is operated by Amazon, customers can have the same shopping selection but the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to charitable organizations selected by the customer.
The first time a customer logs in, they can select a charity, to donate to Barnabas Fund, search for “Barnabas Fund.”
Please log in here: smile.amazon.co.uk to get started.
Do you have a drawer or jam jar, filled with foreign coins, or other left over money from holiday travel? Will you consider donating these “forgotten” monies to help our suffering family?
It's easy to donate your leftover holiday cash. Simply visit: https://www.leftovercurrency.com/charity/barnabas-fund/ and follow the instructions to send Barnabas your currency through the website. Barnabas Fund will receive an extra 5% in addition to the exchange value of funds sent via this link.