Other Ways to Give

Leave an Interfaith Legacy

If you’re thinking of getting your Will in order, why not leave a legacy that will support interfaith friendship-building, dialogue, and cooperation in Glasgow for years to come?  By leaving a gift to Interfaith Glasgow in your Will, you can help ensure a vibrant, connected Glasgow for future generations.

Including a gift in your Will is very straightforward.  It’s best to use a solicitor when writing or revising your Will, but it doesn’t have to cost a fortune.  You can even have your Will drafted or updated for free via the National Free Wills Network.

If you do leave a gift to Interfaith Glasgow in your Will, or already have, please let us know (you don’t need to tell us how much, it’s just helpful for us to know).  Your support means the world to us.

Give as you Shop

You can support Interfaith Glasgow when you shop online, without any extra cost.

By signing up to easyfundraising and choosing Interfaith Glasgow as your cause, you can shop with nearly 6,000 retailers (including e.g. John Lewis, Argos, Ebay, M&S, Boots, and Tesco) and support positive interfaith engagement at the same time!

When you start out from the easyfundraising platform, retailers will make a small donation to Interfaith Glasgow whenever you make a purchase.

Undertake a Sponsored Challenge

Are you a keen hiker, cyclist, baker, knitter, or poet?  You could undertake a sponsored challenge in support of Interfaith Glasgow, either by taking part in a larger event (such as a Kiltwalk or Great Scottish Run) or by creating your own individual challenge and setting up a fundraising page – e.g. with Virgin Money Giving – to promote it.

Let us know if you’d like any ideas or help getting your fundraising page set up.

If you are undertaking a sponsored challenge on behalf of Interfaith Glasgow, do let us know so we can support your fundraising efforts.  And thank you in advance!

Donate in Celebration

Rather than acquiring more things to find space for, why not use your special occasion to tackle prejudice and support positive interfaith relationships by asking your friends and family to give a donation instead of a present?

Donations can be made either via the website or e.g. via Virgin Money Giving, where you can set up a fundraising page to mark your celebration.

Donate in Remembrance

Remember and honour a loved one either by making a one-off donation to Interfaith Glasgow in their memory or by setting up a fundraising page in their name, enabling others to give in their memory as well.

Tell us About It

However you choose to support us, we are profoundly grateful.  We would love to hear about it.  Why did you choose to support Interfaith Glasgow, what did you do, how did it go?  Please drop us an email.  We can’t wait to hear your story.


We’re always keen to develop relationships we people who share our passion for promoting positive relationships between Glasgow’s diverse religion and belief communities.  If you’re considering making a large gift, please get in touch so we tell you more about what we do and find out if there are aspects of our work that you’d like to support in particular.