All donations, small and large are a huge help, and ensure we can continue our vital work with refugee families overseas. Read more
All money donated or fundraised to the general appeal, will be spent where it is needed the most.
Please read more about our projects in Uganda, South Sudan, Jordan and Tanzania to find out where your money goes. Read more
Over 60 years ago, Italian nuns at St Therese Hospital, in Nzara, began treating leprosy and TB. Today they need your help more than ever. South Sudan plunged into civil war in 2013, with both sides committing horrific abuses against civilians. Women and children, in particular, have borne the brunt of the conflict. The St Therese Hospital is a safe haven among the chaos and devastation. Read more
We are often told by nutritionists that to lead a healthy life, you must simply eat five pieces of fruit and veg, and three meals a day. However, children in northern Uganda, victims of extreme poverty, will have to survive on only five meals a week, washed down with dirty water. If you feel that these children and their families do not deserve to live in this poverty, donate today and feed them the three meals a day they deserve. Give them a chance at survival. Read more
It is with immense sadness that we must again ask for your urgent help with assisting thousands of refugees in Jordan. The Comboni Missionary Sisters and the Dominican Sisters of the Presentation desperately need your help to fund their vital work. Seven years of war in Syria have created the world’s largest refugee crisis and, with no end in sight, thousands of refugees from Syria still need your help. Read more
I am doing a fire walk for this amazing charity. All sponsorship will be greatly appreciated. All money will go directly to help refugees overseas. Please give generously and/or sign up to do this yourself!
I have always been a community person. Seeing myself as an International Man i want to give back to my international community and help those get the right start in life to go on to help others. Keep the helping hands cycle going to make the world a better place