GIVING

 

How Can I Donate to Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church during the Pandemic?

 

Parishioners have been asking how they can donate financially to the church during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, when we are not able to gather together in person as usual. They know that our parish still has costs, and financial obligations and responsibilities. We appreciate the question and the support if you are able in this uncertain time!

We offer different means to allow you to donate financially to the parish at this time.

  • Set up pre-authorized debit (PAD) for monthly donations. Click here for the PAD form.
    • You can print the form off, complete it, sign it, and mail it in with a void cheque.
    • You can also drop off your completed and signed form with a void cheque in the NEW secure parish mail slot in the blue door on the north side of the rectory by the Fathers’ garages.
    • You can also complete the form, sign it, scan it, and submit the form over email to sspp@sasktel.net (please submit an electronic void cheque from your bank with the form).
  • NEW! Make an E-TRANSFER one-time donation.
    • Make a donation directly from your bank account using your online banking or your banking app on your smartphone.
    • Use the parish email, sspp@sasktel.net, as the recipient.
    • We are set up for auto deposit so no passwords or secret questions are required.
    • Call or email Theresa in the parish office if you need more information or help.
  • NEW! Make a one-time donation on your CREDIT CARD through the Ukrainian Catholic Foundation of Saskatchewan website.
    • Go to the Foundation website.  Use the YELLOW button.
    • Direct your online donation to “Saints Peter and Paul, Saskatoon” in the comments section. The Foundation will gather these designated donations and on a monthly basis send them to our parish.
  • We continue to accept donations at the parish office even though the office is closed to in-person visits at this time.
    • Simply drop your donation in the NEW secure parish mail slot in the blue door on the north side of the rectory by the Fathers’ garages. You may want to consider either doing post-dated cheques in one drop or one cheque for the month. This will allow you to make only one trip to the parish instead of coming out weekly.
    • You can also send cheques (no cash) in the mail.

As with your regular donations (numbered envelopes), pre-authorized debit, e-transfers, and credit card donations through the Foundation are tax deductible.   

If you have questions about donations please call or email the parish office. Thank you for your prayerful consideration.

 

Andrea Wasylow, President, on behalf of Parish Executive Committee

 

(Parish Office/Mailing Address:  1202 11th St. E.  Saskatoon, SK  S7H 0G3)