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Charities Supported

Here is a list of each of the charities we support. Each title is a link to that charity's website.

InnerCHANGE, Los Angeles.  Since 2008 the current team, Alastair & Catherine Rundle and Lyndy Rutledge, have been building relationships and community among neighbours. They are building a benevolent community through family oriented bible studies, learning about gardening, and regularly visiting sick and dying residents in a local convalescent hospital.

Matugga Revival Centre Bishop Ivan Lugolobi established the Revival Centre in Matugga, Uganda. It includes a primary school for 450 pupils, a secondary school for 200 pupils, an orphanage for 120 children and a clinic serving the Centre and the local community. There is also a busy church and a farm providing training and food for the Centre.

Starfish Riverside a project restoring hope to exploited women in Asia in two cities by developing a socially responsible jewellery business to provide women with alternative employment and a range of holistic care including counselling, vocational training, family education, health care access as well as housing in a women’s shelter.

URC Commitment for Life programme in Bangladesh working with Christian Aid and the World Development Movement.

The Bible Lands School of Nursing in Nazareth supporting partner organisations providing healthcare for some of the Middle East’s poorest people.

SENEthiopia Mekele School for the Blind supports around 160 blind and partially sighted children in Ethiopia including the publication in Braille of new government textbooks.

Caring for Life aims to share the love of Jesus with homeless or vulnerable people by providing accommodation, ongoing support, love and friendship, and when necessary, providing that care 'for life'! Such care enables people to develop dignity and self-respect. Their motto is simple, "Sharing the Love of Jesus." Also includes a lovely Cafe at Cragg Farm, Cookridge, Leeds.

Touchstone Bradford is a ‘listening community’ with the vision of making safe places of hospitality where people who are radically different can listen to and with each other. Based in the heart of Bradford, Britain’s most Muslim city, Touchstone has worked alongside diverse communities for over 22 years. It is sponsored by the Methodist Church.

BEACON (Bradford Ecumenical Asylum CONcern) seeks to address the varied needs of the many asylum seekers who find themselves in the Bradford district. It is an ecumenical response to the biblical injunction to welcome the stranger; working with other organisations and individuals to offer care and support to asylum seekers.

Wycliffe Bible Translators believe that the Bible is the best way for people to come to know and understand who God is. Their vision is that by working with churches, organisations and individuals from around the world all people will have access to God's word in a language that they truly understand.

Amnesty International is a campaigning organisation whose purpose is to protect people wherever justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied.

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