If you'd like to use our offertory envelopes please get in touch with Paul Webster, the Parish Financial Secretary at email@example.com
We also have tithing and visitors' envelopes available at the back of the Cathedral.
There are a number of different ways you can help to support the Cathedral financially but please remember that the government's Gift Aid scheme increases the value of all your donations to St. Mary’s Cathedral by allowing the Cathedral to reclaim basic rate tax on your gift. St. Mary’s Cathedral can do this because it is a registered UK charity. More information together with Gift Aid Declaration forms and Standing Order forms are available here.
Easyfundraising.org.uk is a website that allows charities to raise money through online shopping. We have registered St Mary's Cathedral, Aberdeen as a charitable cause on this website. Anyone who registers with the website and names St Mary’s as their cause will help to raise funds for us every time they shop through the website. See here for more information.
The 200 Club is a group of parishioners who contribute to the Cathedral Renovation Fund. On average the club contributes £3,500 a year to the fund and the members of the club have an opportunity to win some great cash prizes at the same time. You can find out more about the club and get an application form here.
St Mary's Cathedral is more than 150 years old. It is a beautiful building but, like many buildings of this age, it is expensive to upkeep. Over the past twenty years a considerable amount of restoration work has been carried out including major work to restore the interior of the church and also to replace crumbling masonry. In the near future work will need to be carried out on the bell tower. Again, this may involve a considerable amount of expenditure and, besides that, something will have to be done about replacing our old an inefficient boiler for the church. If you would like to contribute to the Renovation Fund you can make an online donation on this page. Thank you.