THE VAUGHAN PARK TRUST: AN OASIS TO STRANGER AND FRIEND
Please support us in our Ministry
The Vaughan Trust was established on 27 February 1963 by the late Thomas Vaughan. Since then, it has been an oasis for both stranger and friend.
We give thanks for the people who have built Vaughan Park before us, whilst as current stewards, dream audaciously for the future. In that context, we have embarked on a five year vision, building for the future.
There is a commercial reality to enabling Vaughan Park to be a place of ‘generous hospitality’. To this end, we value any help you can give towards making sure Vaughan Park is a meeting place between the church and the market place.
Vaughan Park is a place of health, healing and wholeness for numerous people who come. Please consider sponsoring an individual or family whose circumstances would be helped by a subsidy towards their stay.
To Make a Donation
Please feel free to contact Angus Ogilvie (Chair) @ email@example.com . He can talk to you about existing and new projects and every donation, irrespective of size, will support the ongoing life of Vaughan Park.
Planned giving through your bank by automatic payment is available. A Tax Certificate will be issued at the end of March each financial year to enable you to claim your refund. All donations greater than $5 are eligible for a 33% tax credit.
Leaving a legacy through your Will is always a very helpful way to support a charity. Thank you for considering this.
We are aiming to raise $100,000 to build this amazing Labyrinth designed by Chris Prebble, a top garden designer with gold medals from Ellerslie and Chelsea Flower Shows!
Any contribution, however small, is very much appreciated. Maybe your group would like to make a donation?
Please use the form below to make an online credit card donation.
Gifts can also be sent to account 02 0192 0130001 03 Reference VP Labyrinth.
Gifts or koha of $5000 or more will be acknowledged on a plaque to be displayed at Vaughan Park, and all donors will be invited to the launch of the Labyrinth!
For further information please contact Angus Ogilvie Chair of the Vaughan Park Board