The Covenant Scheme

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The Covenant Scheme is a simple way for taxpayers to increase their donations to the church at no extra cost to themselves. When you sign  a Deed of Covenant to the church, which is a charitable institution, the Department of Inland Revenue will refund the tax that you have already paid on your promised donation. All charities in the country rely on this simple, 'painless' method of increasing their revenue.

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Our parish Covenant Scheme has been up and running for many years and the clergy and the organisers thank most sincerely all those who have been able to participate in it.

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Donations not only help with the upkeep of the church and clergy, but contribute also to the preservation of Catholic education for our children.

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As you will know, Catholic parishes provide financial help with the maintenance of their own school buildings. In our case, they include those at St. Thomas More High School and St. John Rigby College, as well as St. Jude's Primary School.

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If you are a tax payer and are interested in joining the scheme, please contact Mrs. Marjorie Ainscough or one of the clergy.