How you can help
The work that the Trust’s partners in Kenya can do is limited only by the amount of funding available.
As a small grant giving trust, The Peter Cowley Africa Trust, welcomes donations.
Donations can be made either for a specific programme of work or to support
the work of one of PCAT’s Kenyan partners. Since PCAT does not employ any
staff all donations will be used to directly support the work of the Trust’s
Copies of our previous years accounts and annual reports are freely available at the
Charity Commission's website.
Just put our charity number (1037257) in the charity search box on the 'Find charities' page and hit ‘enter'.
If you would like to support PCAT’s work there are several ways you can do this:
- By regular standing order via your bank of building society.
If you would like to set up a regular Standing Order, please contact us and we will send you a Standing Order form.
Simply complete this, send it back to us and we will do the rest!
- By making a donation directly to PCAT’s bank account using the following details:
Full name of the charity: Peter Cowley Africa Trust
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Account No: 0002839
Bank: CAF Bank;
Branch: 25 Kings Hill Ave, West Malling, Kent. ME19 4JQ
Address of Honorary Correspondent: 73 Welbeck Road, Sheffield S6 5AY
- By cheque. Please make it payable to:
The Peter Cowley Africa Trust and send it to:
PCAT Honorary Treasurer
73 Welbeck Road
Whether you make a single or regular donation you can increase your financial
giving if you are a tax payer – you can Gift Aid
it, which increases your giving without you paying anymore money. For every pound that you give, PCAT can claim an extra 25 pence
from the government, making your money go further and increasing the benefit to communities in Kenya.
Please download our Gift Aid form,
you will need Adobe Acrobat
to open it. You can fill it in on screen and email it back to us or you can
print it out and post it to us at the address above.
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