St George's Cathedral is a place for us to spend time with God in quietness or in worship, to find strength in facing life’s challenges, and to enjoy fellowship with others.

The Cathedral is not just a building, it is a place where our community gathers for sacred music of the highest standard, sensitive pastoral care, deep liturgical skill and challenging teaching.

We can only continue to do these things because of the financial support that we receive from the community.

We invite you to join in as the Cathedral’s community give glory to God and participates in God’s mission.

Each of you must give as you have made up your mind, not reluctantly, for God loves a cheerful giver
2 Corinthians 9:7 

 

St George’s Cathedral

 

Donation Points
You can donate by scanning this QR code with your phone camera and tapping on the link that appears.

 

Online Giving via the Anglican Community Fund
You can choose to donate to the Cathedral by clicking here.

In the Donation Type drop-down box select St George’s Cathedral then choose St George’s Cathedral.

 

Electronic Funds Transfer
To make an Electronic Funds Transfer, you require an on-line (i.e. Internet) banking facility from your bank.

The Cathedral’s giving account is:

BSB: 706 001
Account Number: 30009261

 

St George’s Cathedral Foundation for the Arts (Tax Deductible)

As the focus of a community’s social and cultural life, the medieval cathedrals of Europe were more than places of worship.

They provided a space where the people would gather to watch musicians, actors and dancers tell stories through the performance of mystery plays.

Today, many cathedrals continue this tradition by providing a unique performance and exhibition space for the celebration of music and the creative arts.

 

The St George’s Cathedral Foundation for the Arts Inc. is a tax-deductible fund, donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible.

 

St George’s Cathedral Conservation, Restoration and Enhancement (Tax Deductible)

Situated in the historic heart of Perth, St George’s Cathedral was consecrated in 1888, and stands as an architectural gem to the glory of God, to the pioneers who funded and constructed it and to the generations of faithful people who have maintained and preserved its fabric and traditions over the years.

Your donation, no matter the size, makes an important contribution to the protection of our heritage so it is here for generations to come.

 

Donate via National Trust

Bequest

A bequest is a gift made either during your lifetime or under your Will.

A gift to St George’s Cathedral can be either:

A gift of a sum of money;
or
A gift of property – examples include shares in public companies or an interest in a house or land;
or
A gift of the residue of your estate which can be either the residue after other specific gifts are made or a stated percentage of the balance of your estate.

Download brochure here.

If you are interested in making a bequest to the Cathedral, please speak to the Dean.