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 churches and mission partners around London the world. Oak Tree relies on the generosity of its members to fulfil its mission to join God in transforming Acton, London and the World.
To set up a standing order via BACS to support regular church ministry, or any other special appeals please use the following information:
Account Name: Oak Tree Anglican Fellowship
Account Number: 40944702
Sort Code: 09-06-66
Please register for gift aid via a form in church to enable us to make the most of your donation.
Please open and fill in the form below to notify our treasurer if you plan on making a new standing order or direct debit and to indicate what you wish your gift to go towards.
Gift Aid is a really valuable source of income for the church since we can reclaim the basic rate income tax you pay.
UK tax payers
If you are a UK tax payer (Income or Capital Gains Tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax through the government's gift aid scheme, you will need to fill in, sign and return to us an ongoing Gift Aid declaration if you have not done so already. The benefit to Oak Tree is that it can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound given at no extra cost to you.
Higher rate UK tax payers:
If you pay higher or additional rate tax, you may recover this through your own tax return. Alternatively, you may pass on this extra tax to Oak Tree by giving via your employer's payroll giving scheme. If you are a UK higher rate (40 per cent) or additional rate (45 per cent) income tax payer and you give to Oak Tree directly and allow us to reclaim the basic rate tax through Gift Aid then you may recover, through your tax return, the difference between the basic rate tax that Oak Tree recovers and the higher or additional rate that you have paid.
You can give by cash in the collection box at Oak Tree, but please help us to reclaim Gift Aid from HMRC by letting us know.