HOW DO I JOIN CHOMESH L’CHINUCH?
Chomesh l’Chinuch is a Shul based program.
However, due to popular demand, we now allow you to join, prior to your shul signing up…and when your shul launches, it will be with a bang!
We would encourage you all to join this programme by setting up a regular monthly payment, as this will ensure that our schools can receive a regular income and plan their budget and teaching resources accordingly.
To join Chomesh L’Chinuch, please follow two easy steps: Set-up and Inform
- Contact Your Bank or Charity Voucher Company
To instruct them to set up a monthly standing order request to be credited to
Chinuch 20 Ltd (or for Charity Voucher companies, make payable to “CLC”)
– Sort Code 23-05-80, Account Number 28274319
– Using Reference “INDIVIDUALS CLC (and your name)”
We recommend to setup Standing Orders where possible, either via your bank or Achisomoch with the above details.
Note : For Achisomoch clients – you may request, by contacting the Achisomoch office, to set up ‘Percentage Standing Order’, whereby your chosen percentage (eg 20%) of your future deposits to Achisomoch are automatically transferred to EAYC Chomesh L’Chinuch.
- Use the Chomesh L’Chinuch Standing Order Form
Alternatively, you may use the Chomesh L’Chinuch standing order mandate form. Please complete, sign and send to Chomesh L’Chinuch (see address below) or you can send directly to your Bank/Charity Voucher company.
- For cheques/vouchers or written enquiries to Chomesh L’Chinuch (CLC)
Our postal address is:
CLC, c/o 13 Elmcroft Avenue London NW11 0RS
Once you have set up your donations, please email email@example.com to inform the Chomesh L’Chinuch office that you have set up your donations for Chomesh L’Chinuch.
You may include in your email, the guidance to Chomesh L’Chinuch, to distribute your donations to specific school(s), please inform us which school(s) and what percentage. Otherwise your donation will be allocated as part of the general Chomesh L’Chinuch fund to schools in proportion to those attended by the children and grandchildren of our kehilloh.