Mercy Ships follows the 2000 year old model of Jesus to bring hope and healing to the worlds forgotten poor. By deploying hospital ships to low income countries where healthcare is often seen as a luxury, volunteers onboard are able change and save lives.
At Bible Society we believe the Bible can be a catalyst for change for good around the world. But just one in eight languages has the full Bible. So we’re on a global mission to ensure that future generations everywhere have access to the Bible.Working across Africa, China and the Middle East - in places where Christianity is growing fastest - we’re translating, distributing and helping people to relate and make sense of the Bible.
For over 100 years, CBM has been supporting communities to become more inclusive for people with disabilities in the world's poorest places. Driven by Christian values and working with local partners we fight to break the cycle of poverty and disability by providing practical support so that people living with disabilities can have the same opportunities to reach their full potential.
CPAS is an Anglican evangelical mission agency, committed to helping local church growth across the UK and Republic of Ireland since 1836.CPAS enables churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ. We long to see a Christ-centred, Bible-based, mission-focused Church, and will work towards this vision with a focus on developing leaders at all levels in local churches.
Caring For Life has been greatly blessed by legacy gifts from people across the country. These legacies have come to be a vital source of support to our ministry. This expression of love through your gift will enable Caring For Life to carry on reaching out to men and women who are alone and unloved. It will help us to provide a better life for those entrusted to our care. It will enable us to continue caring for people for whom being part of this Caring For Life family is all they have.
The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development believes that every man, woman and child matters. For more than 50 years, we have supported some of the world’s poorest communities in countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, working with people of all faiths and none. As the official overseas humanitarian and development agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, we work to bring hope, compassion and solidarity to poor communities, standing side by side with them to end poverty and injustice.
Church Army is a mission community working within the authority of the Anglican Church throughout the UK and Ireland. We believe that God loves everyone, and everyone is significant in his eyes. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have not stood still; we continue to work beyond church buildings, on the ground in challenging situations, sharing our faith in Jesus through words and action. By letting people know there is a God who loves them and will not leave them we bring hope and transformation to thousands of lives.
For more than 60 years the Board has provided retirement housing to retired clergy, their spouses, widows or widowers. One in four of those retiring from the service of the Church of England seek our assistance. As well as providing homes for retirement, the Board also has seven Supported Housing complexes offering help with day to day living. In addition, we run a nursing and dementia care home for the more elderly and frail.
The Church of England plays a vital role in the life of the nation, proclaiming the Christian gospel in word and action, providing services of Christian worship, ministering to those in need and helping to maintain our spiritual heritage. No matter how large or small, every gift in every will makes a difference. Please consider how a gift in your will could help us meet the needs of future generations.
Your legacy could help us build bridges between the Catholic Church of Britain and that of China. Cultural Exchange with China supports the Catholic Church in China as it proclaims the Good News and faces the challenges of modern Chinese society. We have journeyed in faith with the community of St Augustine Gardens, a contemplative monastery and nursing home, leading to its opening in May 2014.