How To Send Your Gift
If you do not wish to give online with a credit or debit card there are a few other options available to you to send your gift to help people affected by leprosy.
If you are trying to send the proceeds of a fundraising event or a collection at a church or group, this is perhaps especially relevant for you.
Tried and true, you can always put a cheque, payable to The Leprosy Mission Scotland, into the post to our office here in Stirling. It may not be the quickest but it’s still one of the most used methods for giving a gift to help people affected by leprosy.
Even if you don’t want to use your credit card online you can give us a call and use your card over the phone. We’ll be able to process your gift there and then and confirm that it has gone through correctly.
If you, or the church or group you represent, use online banking you can send your gift directly from your account into ours. Give us a call and we can give you the account number to use.
If you are giving in this way please let us know how much you have given and who it is from so that we can recognise it when it appears on our bank statement.
Bank or Post Office Counter
In the past a lot of church reps in particular have paid their gifts directly into our account in the bank. Banks are becoming stricter about accepting payments in this way without official paperwork, and many local branches are closing, making it harder to find one anyway.
If you would like to give in this way in future, whether or not you have done so in the past, give us a call and we can discuss your options with you and provide you with an official pay in slip if required.