All contributions – small or large – are very much appreciated and will help us to continue our essential work in support of the homeless and vulnerably housed in Oxford.

Donations made to us are eligible for Gift Aid Tax Relief. If you are a UK tax payer please fill in and return to us a Gift Aid declaration form, so that we can reclaim tax and boost our funds even further. This can either be posted to us (using the same address as below for sending cheques) or you can e-mail us a scanned copy to finance@oxfordgatehouse.org.

Click here to download a Gift Aid Tax form for a single donation or for multiple donations

Cheques

Cheques made payable to ‘The Gatehouse’ can be sent to the following address:

The Honorary Treasurer
Mr J Catterall
The Gatehouse
St Giles
10 Woodstock Road
Oxford OX2 6HT

Standing Orders and Bank Transfers

You can make a regular donation via a Bank Standing Order using the Standing Order Form or a one-off donation via a bank transfer using the following details:

  • Bank Name: CAF Bank Limited
  • Sort Code: 40-52-40
  • Account Name: Homeless People and the Oxford Churches (Gatehouse)
  • Account Number: 00003553

Via BT My Donate

See the Gatehouse page on the BT My Donate website.

Via Just Giving

See the Gatehouse page on the Justgiving website.

Via the Charities Aid Foundation

See the Charities Aid Foundation website – you will need to search for The Gatehouse first using the charity registration number 1002741, but you can then simply pay with a credit/debit card, or a CAF charity card.

Please contact the Gatehouse on 01865-792999 or e-mail katrina@oxfordgatehouse.org if you would like to raise money for us in another way.

For example, some of our supporters offer to do creative things to raise money for us via a sponsored event. If you have an idea for a sponsored event that you would like to organise, or know about one that somebody else is organising which you would like to participate in to raise money on our behalf, we would love to hear from you.

Looking to the longer term many people these days also leave a legacy to a charity in their will, and perhaps you might consider supporting The Gatehouse in this way.

Donors

The Gatehouse use of donors’ data is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018 and will only be held for lawful purposes.

Fundraisers

The Gatehouse use of fundraising data is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018 and will only be held for lawful purposes. If you are fundraising for the Gatehouse e.g. a sponsored event, we will only advertise your event details internally and externally e.g. the Gatehouse website and FaceBook page with your consent.

General

The Gatehouse will not sell donor data on to any third party and it will be held and destroyed in a secure manner once it is no longer required.  Please refer to the Gatehouse General Data Protection Regulations 2018 Policy here for more information.

If you would like to request a copy of the information that the Gatehouse holds on you (as a donor) please put your request in writing to the Project Director at katrina@oxfordgatehouse.org and you will receive this within 30 days of the request date.

Under GDPR your data also has the *Right to be Forgotten if the data held on you is not for a lawful purpose. Please put your request in writing to the Project Director at katrina@oxfordgatehouse.org and you will receive this within 30 days of the request date.

*The right to be forgotten means a right to request deletion of your data if not held for lawful purposes.