As a charity, we do not receive any government funding. We rely on the generosity of our supporters, donations from individuals, churches and grants for the rest. Our income is never guaranteed and sometimes we have to act in faith. But God has never let us down, and neither have our supporters. Please help us to continue our vital work to reverse the decline of nature in the UK and make our environment a place where nature and people can flourish.
If you’d like to send us your donation via a bank transfer, please download the form below for information.
You can make a one-off gift, or set up a regular standing order. A regular standing order is important to us because it helps us to be able to budget for the coming year. Download and complete a donation form (see below) and post it to the A Rocha UK office, along with your gift. Here are some useful forms for your giving:
An ‘In Memory’ page is a lasting and meaningful way to commemorate the life of a loved one.You can create this page on fundraising website, JustGiving by visiting: https://www.justgiving.com/arochauk and selecting ‘fundraise’. Once registered (if you don’t already have a JustGiving account), select ‘remembering someone’ to set up your memorial page.
At a time of loss many people want to do something to help. Friends and family may do a sponsored run, hold a bake sale, or choose to make a regular gift to mark a special date. However people choose to help, all the funds raised can go into your loved one’s ‘In Memory’ fund. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help.
With your support, over the years A Rocha UK has been able to build on our local and practical experience to influence Christians and Churches on a national scale. On behalf of everyone at A Rocha UK, thank you for being our partners in this important work.
We have been working hard for nature and people during the pandemic. But with churches closed, our speaker programme cancelled, and other sources of income badly affected, we now urgently need your help.
We are looking to raise £30,000. This will enable us to provide key services now and develop work for the future, so that we can emerge from the current crisis in the best position to keep serving.
Please click below to give to our latest appeal: