Friends of the Rings
“Friends of the Rings” is part of the Knockfarrel Charitable Trust (Registered charity number: SC022194)
Our aim is to purchase specialist equipment and to provide “Dorothy’s Breaks” which will help to enable holidays for all.
Bank transfer details:
|Account Name||The Knockfarrel Charitable Trust|
|Bank||Clydesdale Bank plc|
When you send your donation, please send a brief message to Kenny Roy, Treasurer, to let him know the funds are for “Friends of The Rings” and give your details if you wish them to be known.
Please note: we have no plans to change these bank details. If you receive communications telling you these details have changed, please speak to us directly to confirm this before sending any monies. Sadly, scams are prevalent these days.
Sending a cheque:
Please make cheques payable to: The Knockfarrel Charitable Trust
Then send your cheque along with a note stating it is for “Friends of The Rings” and your details if you wish them to be known, to this postal address:
Kenny Roy, Treasurer, 31 Buckstone Court, Edinburgh EH10 6UL
Kenny Roy, 31 Buckstone Court, Edinburgh EH10 6UL
If you are a UK tax payer and would like to add gift aid to your donation you can complete the following online form. If you’d like a form sent to you, please contact us and we’d be happy to send one out.
Why Knockfarrell Charitable Trust?
As we are a small family run business here at The Rings we don’t have the resources to organise and run a charity. The Trustees of Knockfarrell Charitable Trust kindly offered us their help. They facilitate holidays for families with disabled children to have a much needed break, which works well with our ethos and vision. Our funds are kept separate from the other charitable projects which Knockfarrell CT supports. Any donations received for “Friends of the Rings” will go directly to the charitable purchases, such as equipment and holiday funds like “Dorothy’s Breaks”, which the Rings provides.
If you have any questions please contact us.