All donating is made through our parent ministry, AsiaLink. There are multiple ways in which you can financially support the work in Asia:
We have the facility for you to make a secure donation online. Click here to access this area, or follow the link from any project or giving zone page. This can be a cost effective and efficient method for our friends from outside the UK.
More and more supporters are using this simple method of giving on a regular basis, either monthly quarterly or annually. We can send you a form for you to give details to your bank of the amount and frequency of your gift. The money is then transferred automatically from your bank to ours until you advise your bank otherwise. Alternatively, you can download the Standing Order form here.
Please make cheques payable to AsiaLink and send to your nearest office (contact us). We can accept payments in sterling or euros.
Simply inform us of your card details and the amount you would like to give. You can do this here, over the phone, using one of our response envelopes or just sending us a note. We are also able to accept donations from Charity Card holders.
A response envelope is enclosed with some of our mailings. If you would like a supply of these to send in your gifts, please (contact us).
You can make a deposit directly into our bank account (account name is AsiaLink) using these details: For Sterling deposits: CAF Bank Limited Sort Code: 40-52-40 A/c No. 00014929
For Euro deposits: Ulster Bank Ireland 98-55-70 A/c 39227071
Give As You Earn (GAYE)
If your employer operates this scheme you can tell then you want the money to go to AsiaLink. You may have to give them our details.
If you are a UK taxpayer please consider signing a Gift Aid declaration. This allows us to claim an extra 28p for every pound you give. You can download a form by clicking here.
The Will to Leave
The chief purpose of any will should always be to provide for your relatives and dependents. However, if you have resources remaining after providing for your family, please consider leaving a gift to AsiaLink.< Click for more on legacies.