As with all projects of this kind, the setting up and maintenance of the eruv needs funding, and whilst we have the full support of the local religious authorities, most of the finances for the eruv will be coming from those who benefit from the eruv the most - the Elstree & Borehamwood community.
The Eruv welcomes donations of any amount to go towards the annual maintenance costs, either as a one-off donation, or by a regular Standing Order donation (which can be weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually).
All those contributing £1.50 or more per week (£75 per year) will receive a weekly advisory text or email showing the Eruv status. Those wishing to donate at least £150 per annum will be able to sponsor the eruv for a specific week (e.g to mark a Simcha, Yahrzeit or other occasion).
The easiest way to make a one-off donation is via our BT MyDonate account. Simply click the button here and you will taken through to our donations page.
We also accept donations by cheque and charity voucher. All cheques and charity vouchers should be made payable to the Ebor Eruv Charitable Trust and we welcome cheque donations made through Gift Aid. More details can be found in the enclosed document or by visiting the Charities Aid Foundation website: www.cafonline.org/giving.
To make a one-off cheque/charity voucher payment or to set up a one-off/regular Standing order, please print out and fill in the form below and return it to:
Ebor Eruv Charitable Trust
c/o Myers Clark Limited
80 St Albans Road