There are a number of ways you can support the Scotland's Churches Trust:
Donations are this Trust's most important form of income. They are gratefully received, however large or small.
Under the Gift Aid scheme your completion of this form will enable the Trust to increase your donation by recovering tax you have paid in your donation at no additional cost to you.
Donations of Shares
If you donate shares to charity their market value is deducted from your taxable income and you have no capital gains tax to pay.
Please kindly remember this Trust when making or altering your Will. As a general rule assets bequeathed (or gifted) to charities are exempted from capital gains tax and inheritance tax.
Other ways to support us
If you are accustomed to giving substantial sums to several charities you are probably aware of other tax-efficient methods such as giving through the Charities Aid Foundation, King's Hill, West Mailing, Kent ME19 4TA, or setting up a private charitable trust.
The Hon Treasurer will be pleased to explain any points not clear to you from these brief notes, please feel free to contact us.
Scotland's Churches Trust
15 North Bank Street
Edinburgh EH1 2LP
Telephone 0131 2255 8644 (answerphone)
St Ninian Craigmailen Parish Church
Gothic church of 1871 with 3-stage entrance tower with broad spire, south aisle added 1901. Repairs to steeple.
Simple rectangular nave-and-chancel church of 1843 with gothic arched windows to the nave and a rose window to the chancel. Repairs to masonry and repointing.
This trust is mainly dependent on support from private individuals, business organisations and all those concerned with maintaining Scotland's valuable architectural and historic heritage.Find out more about how to support us >