Great news! The Trustees are happy to announce:

A Call To Action (ACTA), our charitable PayPal status has been confirmed.

This means we get a reduced rate of 1.4% + 20p on online transactions.  (The fees we were paying before charity account approval were 2.9% + £0.30)

As a confirmed charity, we have now qualified for the PayPal Giving Fund. This public charity and donor-advised fund can accept donations recommended for your charity from 100+ million donors on PayPal, GoFundMe, eBay, and more. PayPal Giving Fund typically then grants the recommended donations to your charity through payments to your PayPal account. 

Best of all, PayPal Giving Fund charges no fees. (Some of PayPal Giving Fund's ecommerce partners may charge fees to donors, which they will disclose on their websites).

So rest assured whenever you donate to ACTA you are increasing the amount you give because of the reduced charity rates. If you are able to give using Gift Aid, we will receive even more money as a result. 

Our PayPal email address for donations is donate@acalltoaction.org.uk

Holy Spirit

THE GOD WHO SPEAKS ...

ACTA
LECTIONARY COMMENTARY
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
YEAR OF MATTHEW

Download: ACTA 22ND SUN ORD TIME MT

The development of Covid-19 has been as rapid as it has been deadly. In the space of a few months it has turned from a minor news item from a part of China few of us had heard of, to the global pandemic that has been the stuff of disaster planning for the last 50 years.  The Tablet

Holy Spirit

THE GOD WHO SPEAKS ...

ACTA
LECTIONARY COMMENTARY
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
YEAR OF MATTHEW

Download: 21st SUN YR A ORD TIME MATTHEW

Download: 14 Good Trouble

A couple of weeks ago, we recorded the passing of John Lewis whose eventful life was marked with eulogies from three past Presidents among many others. Lewis gave us his own memorial when he described his life as one of causing 'good trouble'. What did he mean by those two brief words? How can trouble ever be called good?

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