|GIVE TO CHRIST CHURCH|
|Christ Church Vienna is financially self-supporting. We do not receive any funds from the United Kingdom or Austria, or the Church of England. We seek to tithe our giving to support various charitable organisations. We make a contribution to the Diocese for its work of oversight and administration called Common Fund. There are four main legs to our income: 1) planned and pledged giving, 2) open collections, 3) regular fundraising events (Advent pop-up bazaar, spring Street Party, and autumn AfricaNight), and 4) the Christ Church Shop. We encourage all members to plan giving, so that the ministry and outreach of our church may grow. If you would like to hear more about planned giving please contact the Treasurer or the Vice-chair of the Church Council.
If you would like to make a donation from Austria or other locations in Europe, you can use make a bank transfer or use a credit card through PayPal processing.
For bank transfers:
BANK: Bank Austria
IBAN: AT85 1100 0005 2407 3400
ACCOUNT NAME: Christ Church Support Association
To make a contribution in EUR using a credit card through processing:
You may also support the ministry of Christ Church from the United Kingdom with a bank transfer, sending a cheque to the Diocesan office, or credit card.
For bank transfers:
BANK: Barclays Bank plc
IBAN: GB16 BUKB 2006 1340 3170 39
ACCOUNT NAME: Diocese in Europe Fund
Please note in the transfer that it is a "Transfer for Vienna."
Cheques can be sent to:
Mr. Nick Wraight, Finance Officer Diocese of Europe
14 Tufton Street
London SW1P 3QZ
Please make the cheque payable to “The Diocese in Europe” and note that it is for the Vienna Chaplaincy.
To make a contribution in GBP using a credit card through processing:
|UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If you would like, you can send a check directly to Christ Church Vienna at our address in Vienna (Jaurèsgasse 12, A-1030 Vienna) or make a donation in US Dollars using a credit card. However, we are unable to provide donation receipts for direct foreign contributions and, as such, they may not be considered tax-deductible in the United States.
To make a contribution in USD using a credit card through processing: