Donate

For donations, please use one of these methods:

Temple Extension Donation:-

If you would like to make a donation directly into the temple extension account using online banking for the Temple Extension please kindly use the below bank details and make sure you put the correct reference as shown below.

ISKCON Ltd Birmingham
Sort Code: 30-99-21
Lloyds Bank Account No: 07027449
Reference: (TempExt-“Name Surname“)

Or if you like to pay online via PayPal then please Select:-





General Donations

Online Banking 

(Internet Banking/telephone banking/BACS transfers) – please quote our sort code
30-99-21 and our account number 01462089, and please include your name and write ‘ISKCON Birmingham’ as the reference.

Donate Online

If you would like to make a general donation online please click on the PayPal “Donate” button on the below right. Please include your name and write ‘ISKCON Birmingham’ as the reference.

Or Select:-





24 Hour Kirtan Donations

Note: You can pay directly into the bank account. (Internet Banking/telephone banking/BACS transfers) – please quote our sort code 30-99-21 and our account number 01462089, and please include your name and write ‘24hr Kirtan‘ as the reference.

Or if you like to pay online via PayPal then please Select:-





Send a Cheque

If you would like to send a cheque, please make this payable to ‘ISKCON Birmingham’, and post the cheque to:-

ISKCON
Freepost NEA15996
Birmingham
B16 9BR

Please note you do not need to affix a stamp. Please include a note with your cheque to let us know what the donation is for, your name, address, contact number & email address so that we can acknowledge your donation by sending you a receipt.


Standing order 

Please ask your bank to set up a regular transfer to the account details shown above. Also please include your name and write ‘ISKCON Birmingham’ as the reference.


 

Charity Registration No: 259649

Thank you for your generosity and we look forward to your continued support. We appreciate your help and support to ISKCON Birmingham Temple.

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