We are only able to do what we do because of the support of individuals and organisations who partner with us. We will make sure that your money is used towards creating those connections between people of different cultures and faiths, and towards reducing the isolation of refugees and asylum seekers.
There are lots of different ways you can donate towards our work (these are listed below) - we are incredibly grateful for any contribution you are able to make!
Make a Regular or One-Off Donation from your bank account:
You can set up a regular or one-off donation directly from your bank account to the Bridges for Communities account, using the details below.
Account Name: Bridges for Communities
Account Number: 33356175
Sort Code: 20-94-74
Bank: Barclays Bank PLC, Clevedon
Please also Gift Aid your donation by downloading and returning the Giving Form to Bridges for Communities, The Power House, 88 Feeder Road, St Phillips, Bristol, BS3 2AG.
Donate Using your Debit / Credit Card:
If you would like to make a donation, either one-off or monthly, using your Debit / Credit card, please click the link to Charity Checkout below - you can even Gift Aid your donation online too.
Set up a Standing Order by Post
To set up a standing order by post, please print and fill out all parts of the Giving Form, including the gift aid declaration (if you are a taxpayer) and return it to us at the address on the form. We will then send your form on to the bank and complete the process.
Please make cheques payable to ‘Bridges for Communities’ and send them with the Giving Form to the address provided on the form. If you are a taxpayer please fill out the Gift Aid declaration (part of the Giving Form) before returning it to us so we can reclaim tax on your gift.
Data Protection at Bridges
Rest assured that if you give Bridges any data about yourself or your family, it will be treated strictly in accordance with the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998. This means that confidentiality will be protected and that appropriate security measures are taken to prevent unauthorised disclosure.