Thank you for supporting Carey by making a donation. Whether your gift is large or small, your contribution truly makes a difference. Over the past twenty years generous donors like you have supported numerous students with study and living costs, underpinned their formation and learning through the development of Library resources and study spaces, and funded changes to campus design and teaching delivery. By partnering with us you are equipping and resourcing leaders and disciples for the sake of Jesus’s ministry in Aotearoa and beyond.
Other ways to give
Leave a Gift in Your Will
Leaving a gift in your will for Carey Baptist College can be an expression of hope and love that extends beyond the here and now.
Donate your Charitable Term Deposit Interest
We are proudly affiliated with Christian Savings Charitable Term Deposit initiative.
If you have a Term Deposit with Christian Savings, you can give your interest to Carey instead of accruing it.
Give by Electronic Transfer
Transferring funds electronically is often the most convenient and easiest form of giving.
When you organise a transfer, please ensure you use the Code, Reference and Particulars fields to provide the following details:
- The fund or project you would like to donate to. Use “General Donation” if you are happy to support Carey wherever the need is greatest.
- Your Supporter ID (if you know it) as this will help us identify you.
- If you don’t know your Supporter ID, please include an additional way to identify you (eg surname or phone number)
Payments can be made electronically to:
Account Name: Carey Baptist College
Account Number: 02 0256 0013024 06
If this is your first time donating to Carey, please email us at [email protected] with your contact details so that we can acknowledge your generous donation and send you a Tax Receipt after 31 March.
Have a question about giving?
Email us or phone 0800 773 776
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