Whenever other projects are identified, or offers of support are received, external funding is often needed and for this we are indebted to those who support our work. For a general leaflet on our work please download our leaflet.
Thank you for considering how you might support the Perpetual Trust.
Ways in which you might support
We welcome support from all, whether large or small, and our motto has always been ‘that if each did as much as they were able then we wouldn’t have a problem’. I hope you will feel able to play your part.
On-line giving, either a one-off gift or the setting up of a regular payment, through out Justgiving web page. Donate Now
One-off gifts and regular payments can be set up by posting and means that we do not have to pay the Justgiving administration charge. Donation Form
Many would like to contribute more to the Trust and the Cathedral during their lifetime than they are able. Considering a legacy or bequest helps us look to the future with greater confidence. Legacy leaflet.
If you would prefer to speak with some in confidence please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn about the Legacy10 campaign, including a calculator showing the tax benefits of leaving 10% of your taxable estate to charity, please click here. Alternatively, click here to see two examples of the tax benefits of leaving 10% of your estate to the catehdral and / or otehr charities.
Newsletter and events:
Please send us your name, address and telephone number if you would like to receive a copy of our free newsletter, Out of the Cloisters, which is published three times per year which contains a listing of Perpetual Trust and Cathedral dates – know when to order you carol service tickets!
If you would like to receive a copy of our free newsletter Out of the Cloisters please email your contact postal details to email@example.com
Those pledging £300 or more each year, or committing a legacy in support of the Cathedral, will receive an invitation each year to a special event. Depending on the nature of the occasion, donors will either be invited free of charge or asked to make a small payment for their ticket. Recent parties have been hosted by Edward & Victoria Harley in their home of Brampton Bryan Hall and by Sir Roy Strong in his gardens at The Laskett. If you would like to know more about future event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
I forgot everything but the voices of the choir, echoing, it seemed, from above the high altar: I saw nothing but the little flushes if pink and blue falling on the stone through the stained windows. The organ of Hereford … is, as it should be, the voice of the cathedral; its calm sweetness places a hand over the spirit; and in this church, with the organ whispering through the aisles, the world and its problems seem over the hills of reality.
H V Morton In search of England
The cathedral choir is grateful for the support from the Friends of Cathedral Music. For more information please visit their website by clicking here.
For more information, including how you might give support, on Hereford Cathedral please contact:
Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust
5 College Cloisters
Hereford HR1 2NG