Carolyn Kinsman, 23/05/2017
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Our promises to you

We are incredibly grateful to all our donors for all the gifts we receive, both in terms of general donations and in respect of gifts left in Wills, and we want to make the following promises to you:

  1. We know that your loved ones will always come first and will always be your priority and rightly so. We are grateful for any gift you can consider leaving to Church Army, big or small, after you have made provision for your loved one.
  2. We will be good stewards of the money you have entrusted to us, we will use your money carefully and in a cost effective way.
  3. We are totally committed to Church Army’s values and mission, to serve the most vulnerable in society, combining practical help with the message of the gospel. Whilst we will always encourage people to leave something to Church Army we recognise and respect that it is your decision. Any gifts we are given we will use to uphold the values of Church Army.
  4. We will always show your loved ones compassion, sensitivity, respect, integrity and honesty in the manner in which your gift is administered.
  5. We will treat all your information as you ask us to. We will keep this information secure and will not disclose this information to any other person without your permission.
  6. The way in which we communicate with you is totally up to you – you can chose what communications you receive from us and you can update those instructions at any time.
  7. You are free to change your Will at any time and you can, of course, change your mind about leaving Church Army a gift - we will not interfere with those decisions at any point.
  8. We respect your right to privacy – we recognise and appreciate that your Will is completely personal to you. It is always helpful for us to know when a person has included Church Army in their Will, so that we can say thank you. It is also encouraging for us to find out the stories behind those gifts, but we totally understand if you would prefer to keep this information private.
Carolyn Kinsman, 23/05/2017