Make a Donation
Every penny of every donation to the McCabe Educational Trust is passed on to the recipient with NO deduction for administration. All of the administrative costs of the trust are fully covered by McCabe Pilgrimages. With your help we will continue to help those in need we encounter on our travels.
To find out how to make a donation to our URGENT CHRISTMAS APPEAL download the details here
Donate by bank transfer
Our account details for a bank transfer are as follows:
Account name: McCabe Educational Trust
Account number: 06310710
Sort code: 09-01-50
To make a donation online through our JustGiving page, click here
You can change or remove the JustGiving additional fee during the process.
We pay a small fee of about 2% to JustGiving.
To donate by standing order, download a form here, once you have completed the form, either send it to our office by post, or email a copy to email@example.com
We are grateful to the many churches and individuals who have organised local events and collections for the Trust. You could persuade your church to dedicate a special collection for the Trust. A church meeting could include an appeal for a specific need you encountered on your pilgrimage. We encourage churches to develop long term partnerships with organisations encountered on pilgrimage.
Choose a recipient
We support numerous people and projects and many donations are given with instructions that they should go to a specific organisation. We are happy to do this within the remit of the Trust’s constitution.
Donations in memory
A donation in memory can become a lasting and worthwhile memorial We are very grateful to friends of the late Moses Donaldson who donated a substantial amount for the children in Bethany in memory of Moses. An appeal was made during the funeral service and also printed on the order of service with donations collected as people left the church or later sent directly to us.
Donations in your Will
We are aware that many regular supporters are remembering our work in their will. Please consider this as a lasting legacy. For more information, talk to a lawyer or look at the very informative web site www.rememberacharity.org.uk