It is the aim of all Emmaus Communities to become financially self-sufficient through the hard work of companions, staff and volunteers. Emmaus Bristol is close to covering its everyday running costs, but does rely on the generosity of its supporters to subsidise the balance. We also rely on support from the public and from grant-making bodies and trusts to fund our work.
Read the testimony of the companions themselves to see how much difference a gift can make to a life.
If you would like to make a donation to support the work of Emmaus Bristol, it can be done in a number of ways:
By clicking here.
You can easily make your donation a one-off or monthly.
Please send a cheque made out to “Emmaus Bristol” to:
The Appeals Team
Upper York Street,
Alternatively to set up a standing order, please contact us for our bank details. Please note this link will take you to our main Emmaus Bristol website.
If you are a UK taxpayer you can add 25p to every pound you donate simply by completing the gift aid form which can be printed off from this website. The extra 25p is reclaimed by us from HMRC on your behalf – it does not cost you anything extra. Click here to download our Gift Aid declaration . Please complete the e-form, save the file with your name and return to [email protected]
If you are donating through Just Giving, you don’t need to fill out our gift aid form as Just Giving allows you to do this through their system.
As a registered charity (Number 1071538) Emmaus Bristol is eligible to receive cheques and direct payments from charity accounts/payroll giving schemes which are gross of tax. If you would like to make a donation in this way, please send the completed cheque to the address above or contact your payroll giving scheme to organise a direct transfer.
You can get tax relief when you donate quoted shares or securities or land and buildings to charity. For example, if you donate shares worth £1000 you could reduce your income tax bill by £400. No capital gains will be due on the gift.
This is a new scheme run by HMRC where you can ask them to pay any overpaid tax direct to a charity of your choice. This can be entered into your self assessment form.