Poverty & Hope Appeal – 2012 Campaign
The Poverty and Hope Appeal aims to eradicate Poverty by supporting long term national and international projects.
As a result of our 2011 Appeal we are able to give away £30,000 through the following agencies for the relief of poverty: Christian Aid for work in Cambodia, India and Afghanistan; USPG –Anglicans in World Mission for its health work in Myanmar; CMS for its work among street children in Brazil; Bible Lands for its work in rural villages in Egypt and Commonwork for its educational work in exploring global challenges.
Over the last 7 years the Appeal has raised and given away just under £300,000. Thank you for your continuing support
New this year: In addition to the leaflet and poster we have a short PowerPoint presentation showing the projects we are supporting this year. And an advertising template for you to include in your parish magazine or newsletter to publicise the appeal
The links below show how the money you raise will be used by the variety of charities we support:
- Lighting from biogas gets 10 out of 10 in Cambodia
- Adapting to climate change in the Dominican Republic
- Multiplying the message in South Sudan
- Supporting families in Brazil
- Deepening understanding in Kent
- Volunteer health workers in Myanmar (Burma)
- Building peace in the occupied Palestinian territory
- 2012 poster
- 2012 leaflet
- Powerpoint presentation
- Church Magazine Advert
Poverty & Hope Appeal - Support the Appeal/Order Resources
Give to the appeal and encourage your church to give by using the resources available through the Appeal Director.
Learn more about the organisations we are supporting - maybe invite a guest speaker (this can be arranged through the Appeal Director).
Pray for the organisations we are supporting.
If you would like to order resources or invite a speaker, please contact Christopher Weller for details of this year's campaign.
If you would like to make a donation, receive details on the Gift Aid scheme or how to make your donation by standing order please do not hesitate to contact the Appeal Treasurer (refer to 2012 leaflet above).
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Poverty & Hope
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