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Fundraising & How You Can Help

FUNDRAISING & HOW YOU CAN HELP

If you would like to help us with our charity fundraising just read through below and click the links for more information.

As you can imagine, funds are incredibly important in our work as it is the life-blood for our many activities. Your support allows us to fulfil our Mission, to Preach the Gospel, spread the Word of God, preach the word of St. Martin, educate our student Priests & support Charities. Below are all the activities in which we collect much needed funds.

 DONATIONS


Many supporters of St Martin Apostolate have given generously over the years and now, more than ever, we value all of your support. Thank You!

If you would like to help us and make a donation, visit our Donation Page

 

REGULAR GIVING

Regular donations are extremely important to our charity  and help make a really big difference to our activities in helping others. A regular gift allows us to plan for the future. If you would like to make regular donations to Saint Martin’s we would be most grateful.

Visit our Regular Giving Page

 

MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS

 Since 1952, the Apostolate has published the monthly St. Martin Magazine. Printed in a small booklet format the magazine is packed with articles to help develop your understanding of, and to encourage your faith. Included are interesting articles on all aspects of life, news and views on important world events, helpful tips and articles for life, home and the garden. In short, it is a    worthwhile easy-to-read magazine that millions of readers have enjoyed across the decades.

We now offer the monthly magazine in digital format, which you can read anytime, anywhere and on any device.

 How you can help?

 There are some areas for which availability of the magazine is scarce. If you find it difficult to source, would you consider becoming a promoter?

  • If you would like to subscribe to the magazine, you can do so in our online shop
  •  If you would like more information on becoming a Promotor, please click here

 

PRIZE DRAWS:

Helping us to help others! St Martin Apostolate’s ever popular Members quarterly draws have been running for decades and are as popular now as ever!

For more information on our Prize Draws and how you can enter, click here

 

VOLUNTEER: 

Do you have some free time that you would like to fill by helping others?

Saint Martin Apostolate has been in operation since the mid-1940’s and used to have a large team of volunteers, unfortunately, over the years’ numbers have decreased.

If you have free time that you would like to dedicate to helping us and joining our friendly team, we would be most grateful and would welcome you with open arms.

Visit our Volunteering Section for more information

 

FUNDRAISE

Would you like to help us raise funds to help our student priests and those that are in need, but not sure where to start for your charity fundraiser?

We have compiled a list of different fundraising activities that you could undertake. We are more than happy to help in any way with your fundraising so if you have a plan to do something, please do get in touch and let us know and we will assist in any way we can.

Visit our Fundraiser Page for ideas

 

We provide charity collection boxes to shops around the country who would like to display one on their counter for us.COLLECTION BOXES

Do you or anybody you know have a shop? We provide Charity Collection Boxes for those shops around the country that would like to help us by displaying one on their counter.

Click here to find out more information.

BEQUESTS 

By leaving a gift to St. Martin Apostolate in your will, we will achieve so much & your legacy will live on!

For more information on Bequests, click here

 

THE MOVING CRIB

The Moving Crib is a FREE event that is open every Christmas Season it helps us to increase awareness of the Apostolate, our mission and activities and all donations made go towards achieving that Mission.

Why not take a trip to The Moving Crib this Christmas? For more information, click here