Everything we do at West Suffolk Vineyard Church, from giving out food bags and hosting outreach events, to owning a building of our own to call home, is made possible through the generosity of our congregation. For this reason, if you already give in any way, we want to say a huge thank you!

We’re 100% non-profit and 100% donation funded, so any donations of money you give us, whether that’s a one off or regulation gift, also goes back into the church and church community. Also, as we are a charitable organisation, we are able to claim tax back from the Government under gift aid.

Look below to find out the best way for you to donate, whether regularly or as a one off donation.

Let no debt remain outstanding except the continuing debt to love one another.
Romans 13:8

Regular Giving – Tax Payers

Tax payers can make regular gifts through Stewardship, who quickly and efficiently manage all the Gift Aid for West Suffolk Vineyard Church.

Click below to find out all about the Stewardship scheme including how to open an account to give regularly to West Suffolk Vineyard, pick up a Stewardship leaflet from the welcome desk on Sundays, or you can contact us and ask for a leaflet to be sent to you.

If you are a higher rate tax payer, contact us for more information for you to more effectively give tax. You can contact him through the church office.

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One-Off Giving – Tax Payers

Tax payers can also make a one-off gift to West Suffolk Vineyard Church, also through Stewardship, enabling us to claim tax back from the Government on one-off donations.


Non Tax Payers With an Income and Bank Account

Non tax payers with a regular income and a bank account can make gifts by direct debit into the West Suffolk Vineyard Church bank account. For more details about how to do this click below.


Without Regular Income

Those without a regular income can place cash or cheques into the buckets on a Sunday morning.


Without Bank Account

Those without a bank account can place cash into the buckets on a Sunday morning.


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