This Christmas, you can give the gift of hope to people in need in Australia and around the world by making a tax-deductible donation to the following programs.
Anglican Aid supports over 100 projects in more than 30 countries which strengthen churches and transform communities.
Need a thoughtful Christmas gift? You can contribute to these programs as a gift for your friends and family! Anglican Aid will email you a link to download a Christmas card that you can print and give your loved one to unwrap for Christmas.
Community Care in Sydney
Anglican Aid supports the ministries of churches in disadvantaged areas, including the Bookworms program by St Paul’s South Coogee, which aims to improve the literacy of primary school children living in public housing.
- $30 will help programs like Bookworms access books, games, and craft materials.
Send a child to school
At Shalom Primary School in Bunda, Tanzania, children from subsistence farming families are offered the opportunity to learn English and the other building blocks for further education – opening the way to escape cycles of poverty, while being nurtured in the Christian faith.
- $50 will provide schooling for one month for a child at a school like Shalom in Bunda, Tanzania
Programs for kids with disabilities
Anglican Aid’s partner in Chai Nat, Thailand runs programs which show the love of Christ to kids with disabilities such as physiotherapy, home visits, Christian kids ministry involving Bible stories and singing, and camps.
- $100 will help kids with disabilities attend programs like camps in Thailand
Emergency food and medicine
In August, the Beirut Port in Lebanon exploded. Anglican Aid partnered with Christian churches on the ground who provided food, medicine, toys, and activities for families with children who were affected. This year, Anglican Aid has responded to the NSW Bushfire disaster, COVID-19 emergency, floods in South Sudan, Beirut Port explosion, locust plagues in Ethiopia, and most recently the violent conflict in Armenia.
- $250 will provide care for victims of emergencies and disasters
Provide clean water
Persecuted Christians in Marsabit, Kenya, are working to build rainwater tanks which collect water during the rainy seasons, for use during long droughts. Anglican Aid is supporting their efforts by supplying brick-making machines.
- $500 will help families like those in Marsabit, Kenya access clean, safe water
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