Thank you for supporting our work.
South Asian Concern relies on donations from individuals, churches and other organisations (see chart).
In South Asia our partners are involved in significant grass roots ministries that, in recent years, have seen communities transformed. In the UK our work helps local churches to build bridges with their South Asian neighbours and share the message of Jesus.
Your generosity will help us do more to both resource the church and support South Asians.
To give a one-off donation please visit our Give.Net page here.
Text giving (UK only)
For donations of up to £10 please text code SACN11 with the amount you wish to give to 70070, eg SACN11 £5. Please let us know if you give by text.
For donations by direct bank transfer, our bank details are: South Asian Concern, HSBC, account number 11316370, sort code 40-43-26. Please contact us if you arrange a bank transfer or for details for international transfers.
To make regular donations to South Asian Concern please complete and send us this standing order form. If you would like to set up a standing order directly with your bank, our bank details are:
HSBC, 75-77 High Street, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 1DU
Sort Code: 40-43-26
Account No. 11316370
Please let us know if you set up a standing order directly.
Please make your cheque payable to ‘South Asian Concern’ and send it to:
South Asian Concern
5 Vernon Rise
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