UK Registered Charity Number: 1154107
Conservation by Re-use
Helping churches acquire surplus and/or redundant bells to be hung for
English-style full-circle bell-ringing.
The Trust relies on donations to maintain its work in the conservation of redundant/surplus bells,
and helping churches acquire bells for full-circle English-style bell-ringing.
We need money to allow us to donate bells to worthy projects. Since the formation of the charity we have donated bells to over 150 churches but a shortage of funds limits what we can do. Please help us to achieve our objective of “Conservation by Re-use” by making a donation to the Trust. Donations may be made on-line or by post. If you would like to make a gift and you live in the UK, please consider using one of the two tax-efficient methods: Gift Aid or Charities Aid Foundation voucher. This will help the Trust as it can reclaim the tax which you have paid on your Gift Aid contribution.
This applies to a single gift of any amount. The advantage of using Gift Aid is that the Trust can reclaim tax of £0.25 for every £1 you donate. The only requirement for you using the Gift Aid scheme is that you must pay an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax equal to the tax we reclaim on your donation (25p for every £1 you give). If you are a higher rate tax payer you can also claim tax relief on your donation to reduce your tax bill. Giving could not be simpler, either make a donation on-line or by post.
If you wish to make a donation to the Keltek Trust you have the following choices:
2) Send a cheque to “Keltek Trust, The Kloof, Lower Kingsdown Rd, Kingsdown, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 8BG” and if the donation is Gift Aided please say so and give us your full name and postal address.
3) Make a bank transfer to our bank account. Contact Keltek Trust by email for details.
Charities Aid Foundation - on line donations
Donations may be made online through the CAF web site. Enter our charitable registration number “1154107” in the “Find a charity” box.
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