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- Raise awareness of Fair Trade, wider development, social and justice concerns, including charitable giving.
- Aim to give 10% of the parish’s income to charity.
- Invite congregations to suggest possible charities, and support one local and the other overseas.
- Seek regular reports from the charities concerned about how funds are being used to enable regular feedback.
follow In the financial year ending 31 December 2017 we sent a total £11,869 (including gift aid) to various charities. We responded to some of the world’s major disasters. £2346 was raised for the Disasters Emergency Fund East Africa Appeal where drought and conflict left 23 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia in urgent need of food, water and medical treatment. We sent £785 to the Red Cross in response to their appeal for the victims of Hurricane Irma, and £747 was sent to Christian Aid’s Rohingya’s Crisis Appeal. Over 600,000 Rohingya people have been forced to flee from appalling atrocities in Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh, forming the biggest refugee camp in world and in desperate need of basic provisions and health care.go here
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تعلم إستراتيجية الخيارات الثنائية Homelessness is on the increase. As in past years we contributed to The Porch in Oxford through our special collections at our Harvest services (£608). The Porch aims to help homeless, recently re-housed homeless or vulnerably housed people by encouraging them to move forward towards a more positive lifestyle. At Christmas we remembered the homeless and hungry by giving £631 to Crisis.سوق الاسهم في السعوديه
شراء اسهم اسمنت ام القرى Our children’s charities include Parents and Children Together (PACT), a local charity, whose adoption and fostering service finds secure and loving families for some of the 65,000 children in care, and provides specialised therapeutic post-placement support. £1637 was raised through collections at some of our Christmas services. The other beneficiary at Christmas was The Children’s Society (£289), with a further £921 added through the Children’s Society Boxes.
follow link Our nominated local charity in 2017 was See-Saw. Established in 2000, it works to meet the needs of bereaved children and young people in Oxfordshire. Since then it has supported over 4300 children and their families. One of the charity’s Trustees came to talk to our congregation last July and in 2018 we hope to invite one of the clinical team to update us. A cheque for £1250 was sent from parish funds, and an additional £289 was raised through donations following a concert in November.
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