All Saints fulfils an important role in Brighton & Hove, supporting local schools, charities, community support groups, and civic events. We are entirely dependent on your generosity for the maintenance of our stunning building, beautiful worship, and community engagement.
There are many ways to donate to All Saints to ensure the continuation of our important community work. If you have any further questions about giving, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Parish Giving Scheme
This is our preferred method of regular giving. The Parish Giving Scheme is a Church of England initiative that allows you to donate by direct debit. They manage all aspects of the donation process for us, including making Gift Aid claims if you are an eligible UK taxpayer, and this significantly reduces our administrative workload. Please contact the parish office for a sign up form, or ask a member of our welcoming team for one on a Sunday morning.
Single donations can be made in the church collection plate or donation box, or if you don’t have any cash, you can select a preset donation amount and tap your card on our contactless card reader. If you are a UK taxpayer eligible for Gift Aid, please place your donation in one of the white envelopes available in the church and complete your details on the front – this allows us to claim a further 25% on your donation from HMRC.
Gift Aid is an important national scheme enabling registered charities like All Saints to reclaim tax on donations made by UK taxpayers, effectively increasing the amount of these donations by 25%. For All Saints, this extra income equates to almost £10,000 each year, which helps to fund our many activities, including our homeless night shelter and monthly meals.
All Saints is fortunate to receive bequests and legacies that have been generously left by parishioners. These funds have helped us establish ongoing investments that enable us to carry out substantial maintenance of our magnificent Grade I listed Victorian building, provide for artwork, robes, churchware and altar frontals, and create meaningful contributions to our church whose benefit will extend well into the future. If you are considering making a bequest to the church, you may find further information on the Church of England's Church Legacy website, and we encourage you to speak to a member of the clergy team.