Giving to the church

Members of St Andrew’s Church contribute to the life and work of the church in many different ways. Whilst the information below relates to financial giving, other pages on this site explain the variety of ways you can get involved and contribute to the life of our church. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to get involved.

Money is an essential part of “Generosity and Sacrifice”. We have to raise all the income needed to run the church and its ministries ourselves.

Ways To Give

A One-off Gift

You can give a one-off gift to the church through Give A Little


Give Regularly

Join our Planned Giving Scheme, whether or not you are a tax payer. It gives us a predictability that enables us to budget more effectively.


Donate As You Shop

You can support St Andrew’s as you shop through  Amazon Smile or easyfundraising.


Other Ways To Give

You can give by text:

Text LORD followed by your donation amount (up to £20) to 70085.

(subtext) Gift Aid can be selected. Texts will cost the donation plus one standard rate message

  • A regular collection is taken at all Sunday services. Please use the yellow giving envelopes provided.
  • If you would like to send us a cheque please make it payable to PCC of Cobham and send it to the Treasurer c/o the Parish Office
  • You can give in the form of quoted shares and other securities (which entitles you to tax relief).
  • You may also like to consider making a donation to St Andrew’s Church in your will. Please ask your solicitor when you make or change your will, or ask us for more information.

Tax Efficient Giving

If you pay UK tax (Income or Capital Gains Tax) and would like us to be able to claim back the basic rate tax, you will need to fill in, sign and return to us an ongoing Gift Aid declaration if you have not done so already. The benefit to St Andrew’s Church is that it can recover the basic rate of income tax, currently 25p for each pound given. (If you pay higher rate tax, you may recover this through your own tax return.)