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The Bishops Trust Update

THE BISHOPS TRUST
We are extremely grateful to the Bishops community for their support to the 175 Campaign.
We have had wonderful feedback about the launch of the Hamilton Mvelase Bursary Fund in September, and since then, we have received R96,270 towards this worthy programme.  
 
In order to make giving easier, we can now receive payments through Snapscan and PayFast. Payfast is a secure payment gateway which offers a number of convenient payment methods, including a ‘regular giving’ option for those who would prefer to donate small monthly contributions.
 
Additional payment methods now include: Credit Card, Instant Eft, MasterPass and Bitcoin.
(Contributions through these payment gateways are still eligible to receive Section 18A receipts.)
 
Details of the contributions we have received thus far (R40,555,039)  towards the 175 Campaign Programmes are represented in the graph below.  Thank you so much to everyone who have contributed so generously.
 
If you are able to assist the campaign in any way or should you have any queries, please see our webpage or contact Nikki at the Trust office. 
 

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