Giving in Memory
Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted – Matthew 5:4
Remember someone’s life by supporting a cause close to their heart – Canterbury Cathedral.
You can give a one-off gift or set up a regular donation in memory of someone special who has died. Your gift will mean that Canterbury Cathedral will stand in perpetuity, and that the memory of the person you have lost will be kept alive in the mission, music and conservation of this place.
Additionally, every Easter the Cathedral is decorated with lilies which can be dedicated in memory with a donation of any size, and every Christmas the Visits Department decorate a Christmas tree with handwritten memories which is accessible to all. Keep an eye out on our social media to take part, in memory of someone special.
Donate Online Make a gift In Memory online today
A single or regular donation direct to our bank account
You have two options when it comes to making a Standing Order:
a) You can complete the Standing Order Form and send it yourself to your bank
If you choose this option, please complete the Standing Order Form and send it to your bank. Please also send the Donation Form to the Fundraising Team, so that we are aware, and can claim any Gift Aid.
b) You can complete the Standing Order Form and send it to the Fundraising Team at the Cathedral who will make the arrangements
If you choose this option, please complete the Standing Order Form and the Donation Form and send them both to the Fundraising Team. We will make arrangements with the bank, and can also claim any Gift Aid.
A direct payment to our bank account (including international donations)
Please use your name as payment reference
Account No. 81883860
Sort Code: 30-64-57
Payee Name: Canterbury Cathedral
IBAN No. GB15LOYD30645781883860
Please complete the donation form or get in touch to tell us who you are remembering with your gift.
To find out more or to discuss your gift, please don’t hesitate to contact Summer Alp, Fundraising Assistant on email@example.com or 01227 865343.
Click here to see our new digital Book of Remembrance, which will be printed and blessed at every Benefactors’ Service.