Update: Tax Deductible Giving for US Supporters

By JubileeCentre 23 Dec 2019

We have registered with TrustBridge Global to offer tax-deductible giving for those who wish to donate to Jubilee Centre from the USA.

Benefits of giving to The Jubilee Centre (Cambridge) at TrustBridge Global Foundation:
• Receive US charitable tax benefits
• Lower cost, so more of your money goes directly to us
• Secure and confidential giving platform

EFT/ACH Instructions in the US*
Bank Name: UBS AG
Account Name: TrustBridge Global Foundation USA
Routing number: 044000804
Acct number: 8200270648

Wiring Instructions*
Bank Name: UBS AG
ABA #: 026007993
Swift: UBSWUS33 (SWIFT is only used for wires coming from outside of the US)
For Credit to: UBS Financial Services
Inc. Account #: 101WA258640000
For Final Credit to: TrustBridge Global Foundation USA, Inc.
Account: SP A4039

Tax-deductible contributions can be made to TrustBridge Global USA as we are a registered US 501(c)(3) charity.

*When making an electronic fund contribution, either by EFT, ACH, or wire, it is very important to send a follow-up email with the date of the transaction, your name, and mailing address to receive a tax receipt, along with the recommendation that the funds go to Jubilee Centre (Cambridge) Fund # 198073 to Tricia Collins at tcollins@trustbridgeglobal.com.

Contributions can also be made by mail to our US address: 1901 Ulmerton Road, Suite 400, Clearwater, FL 33762. If you are sending a paper check, please include a cover letter that includes your name and address for the tax receipt, and indicate that the contribution is for Jubilee Centre (Cambridge) Fund # 198073.

For US givers that utilize donor advised funds, please contact your provider for instructions on making a grant to TrustBridge Global Foundation USA. Please follow the email instructions above for proper fund credit.

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