Parish Buying is pleased to have partnered with Stripe and Give A Little to offer a new payment processor for online giving.   Give A Little users can now set up a Stripe Express account and benefit from a low 1.1% transaction rate on online donations, compared to SumUp's ...

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2018 Annual Review
 In 2018, we estimate savings and extra income of just over £5 million.  The Parish Buying 2018 review outlines our income and savings made in 2018, and our plans for 2019. It is available for you to ...

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GoodBox was placed in administration on 28 June. We have appointed Walker Morris as our legal advisors and are in close touch with the Administrator (Frost Group). It is the Administrator's intention to continue to operate the company's business while they work with various ...

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Each year around 4,000 people leave a gift in their will to their church, funding mission projects, maintaining beautiful church buildings and growing faithful communities. For many people, leaving a gift in their will is a final opportunity to make a lasting gift to God. ...

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0% transaction fees for your first £250! Start taking contactless payments in church with SumUp this Christmas. In addition to offering its SumUp Air Card reader for just £22.80, SumUp is pleased to offer new joiners 0% fees for up to £250 of transactions!The promotion will ...

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The recent invasion of Ukraine by Russia has been strongly condemned by the Archbishops of York and Canterbury. “This attack is an act of evil, imperilling as it does the relative peace and security that Europe has enjoyed for so long. The attack by one nation on a free, ...

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Photograph credit: The Telegraph In early 2021 we spoke with Reverend Margaret Cave, a Vicar at Christ Church in East Greenwich. As her church was one of the first to trial the Sum Up contactless card reader units through Parish Buying, we asked her to tell us about their ...

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Wholesale energy prices in the UK have risen substantially. This has been driven by a number of factors. Fluctuations in temperature. We had several very cold spells - “Beast from the East”- prompting high use of heating in winter (which used a lot of energy) and then a ...

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