Donate

CST prides itself on providing all of its services to the Jewish community entirely free of charge. This means that security is provided on a ‘need’ basis rather than on ability to pay. CST is a registered charity. We rely on donations and without your support we cannot maintain and develop our work. Your donation will enable us to provide expert security protection and advice to help secure synagogues, communal buildings and events.

There are a number of ways in which you can donate to CST:

Online

Giving online is fast, easy and secure. We have teamed up with RBS WorldPay who provide secure & effortless online transaction processing. Click here to make a donation online.

Telephone

Call a member of the fundraising team on 020 8457 3700 to make a telephone donation (office hours). American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and JCB cards accepted.

Mail

You can download a donation form and post it together with your cheque/charity voucher/postal order made payable to CST, or give details of your credit/debit card to:

Freepost RRTS-XRTX-SBTY
CST
PO Box 35501
London
NW4 2FZ

No stamp is needed but if you use one, more of your donation will go to support our work.

Gift Aid

You can add 28p to the value of every pound you give, at no cost to yourself, through signing a Gift Aid declaration.

Please click here to download a Gift Aid Declaration Form.

(You must pay an amount of Income or Capital Gains Tax equal to the tax we reclaim on your donations.)
For further information on making a donation or tax-efficient giving, please contact the fundraising office on 020 8457 3700.

Future Updates



“Since 2003, CST has been a stalwart supporter of ODIHR in its efforts to effectively monitor antisemitic hate crime in the OSCE Region. With its rigorous methodology and innovative partnerships with the British police, it is viewed by many as representing the gold standard for NGO responses to all forms of hate crime. I wish CST all success in its exciting new phase of work.”

Michael Georg Link
OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights