At Anglican Aid, we believe giving is all about passing on the generosity that God has shown us in Jesus.
Why not let grace flow this Mother's Day by enabling a mother living in poverty to help her children realise their dreams?
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21 May 2013
Anglican Aid partners with the Diocese of Egypt in providing humanitarian assistance to those in the Middle East and North Africa affected by war. The Anglican Diocese of Egypt operates Refuge-Egypt which serves people from Sudan and other African countries who have fled their country of origin due to war or disaster. Refuge Egypt seeks to provide humanitarian assistance and development programs to prepare refugees for repatriation resettlement or integration into Egyptian society.
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14 May 2013
Rev Elly Kajaminyo is an ordained minister of the Gospel in the Anglican...
02 May 2013
Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will never forget you (Isaiah 49:15).
22 April 2013
Cycle tour coming to the end on 24 April 2013.
19 April 2013
Anglican Aid is seeking your support to assist flood affected communities in Mauritius through an appeal made by the Archbishop of the Indian Ocean, Abp Ian Ernest.
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Director of Anglican Aid, David Mansfield, reflects on ways we can let grace flow.
Since 1990, aid has helped to reduce extreme poverty, including almost halving the number of children around the world who die before their fifth birthday – 14,000 fewer children dying every single day.
Let's help make poverty history by giving our fair share of aid – just 70 cents in every $100 of Australia’s national income by 2020.
As a step towards contributing our fair share, by 2016 we’re asking our political leaders to fulfill their bipartisan promise to give 50 cents in every $100 to tackle global poverty
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