Our vision is a South Africa where all people benefit equally from the fruits of democracy and where poverty and HIV/AIDS do not prevent people from achieving their full potential in life.

Raise money for Charity : donate now

Whether you are an individual, group or business who wants to make a difference and raise money for charity, there are lots of ways to get involved.

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Your money make a real difference :

  • £6.80 pays for a Home Based Carer to visit a family infected or affected by HIV/AIDS weekly.
  • £30 feeds 150 children a 2 course meal
  • £77 pays for a Child Care Advocate to visit up to 12 child or granny headed households weekly.
  • 87p in every £1 goes directly to support our work in South Africa

Join £6.8O Campaign

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Think Differently – Be the Change. Donate ‘your change’ or more to the work of BST.

£6.80 Appeal.

1000 supporters @ £6.80 a month = £80,000 for our OVC programme

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Payroll Giving

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Fancy an easy life? Payroll giving is a tax-efficient and easy way to give a regular gift to Bishop Simeon Trust.  Your donation is taken from your salary before tax is deducted, meaning it costs you less to give more.  For example, a £10 donation will cost you just £8, or even less if you are a higher rate taxpayer.  You can give as much or as little as you would like and you can change this amount at any time.

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Getting started : Ask your organisation's HR/Payroll Department if they run a payroll giving scheme.  If they do, simply complete our Payroll Giving Authorisation form and return it to them, and they will do the rest.  If they don't run a scheme, ask them to contact us to find out how easy it is to set one up.

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Regular giving

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Regular giving

Become a regular giving and see the difference an ongoing commitment makes. 

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Leave a gift in your will

A legacy is a donation that almost everyone can make.

Leaving a legacy to BST or making a tribute in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way of helping us continue to support some of the most vulnerable children and families living in South Africa.  

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