Cheques for donations should be made payable to "Carshalton All Saints PCC"; cheques for wedding and funeral fees should be payable to "Carshalton Rector and Churchwardens".
You can make an online donation to All Saints, and allow us to claim tax back to boost its value, via our CAF Donation Page. They will ask for your name and address, for legal reasons.
Please consider whether you can contribute regularly to the running of the church by Standing Order, either online when you log into your bank account, or by mandate form which you send to your bankers. Download Standing Order Form
The Bank details are: All Saints Church Carshalton PCC, (Barclays Bank) 20-84-17 30104299
All Saints is a Registered Charity (number 1185812), so if you pay income tax, please increase the value of your gifts at no cost to yourself by declaring that they are Gift Aided when completing the Gift Aid form and sending it to our Treasurers, c/o The church office, All Saints Church, High Street, SM5 3AG. Please tell the Treasurers if you move home, so that our Gift Aid records are up-to-date.
Please also consider whether you could remember All Saints in your will.
You can help raise money for the church by shopping at https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1185812-0 For every pound you spend on Amazon, the church gets a donation of 0.5%. Although you will be prompted to login on Amazon Smile, you can use your normal login details. Please share the link with your friends and family.
You can raise money for All Saints as you shop online at major retailers, at no cost to yourself, via www.easyfundraising.org.uk. The retailer passes some of their profit to easyfundraising, who then make a donation to us.
Please look at www.easyfundraising.org.uk/how-it-works/ and consider joining the scheme, choosing All Saints Church Carshalton as your "good cause".
We also now have a big shiny brass collection plate at services. Times change and so few of us actually carry cash any more that we thought a contactless unit would make life easier for everyone. If you haven't already used it, it's as quick as putting coins or notes in the plate - just touch your card on the reader and the transaction is instant. It's preset for £5 but touch the arrows on either side of the screen to lower or raise it to suit. (If anyone wishes to make a donation in excess of £30, the unit can take chip and pin when removed from the plate, just ask Fr David after the service).
There is also a free standing unit on the North Door welcome table for use by visitors - it works in the same way.
Contactless has proved popular at our music event bars and has been requested by baptism and wedding congregations...