• Mission to Dublin Docklands

    Once known as the ‘Land of Saints and Scholars’, Ireland is the least-evangelised English-speaking country in the world with an evangelical population of less than 1.5%. Irish Church Missions (ICM) is establishing a church in the ‘Silicon Docks’ area of Dublin City from late 2019.

  • Read The Mbuyu Foundation Uganda

    The Mbuyu Foundation

    The Mbuyu Foundation has projects all over Uganda, with the majority of its work run from the Life Centre in the heart of Katanga, one of Kampala’s largest slums. Mbuyu is the Swahili word for Boabab tree – which is the Tree of Life. The LIFE PROJECT aims to help bring life and healing to families.

  • Read Sami Nagib Brazil

    Sami Nagib

    Sami Nagib’s life focus is to share Jesus' love with others, so that they can experience the change that he has experienced. His conversion from Islam in 2010 lead to the threat of him being killed. Sami was forced to flee his home. He ended up studying theology and eventually was led by the Lord to help the persecuted church in Latin America.

  • Read Shalom Pre- and Primary School (Bunda) Tanzania

    Shalom Pre- and Primary School (Bunda)

    Shalom Pre- and Primary School is an English medium school offering access to quality education for children in the rural Bunda area of Tanzania. The pre-school opened in 2014 concurrently with the Bunda Girls Secondary School. The Primary school opened in early 2018, a much-needed solution to encourage a whole-of-life education model for children who would otherwise miss out.

  • Read Damascus Church Aid Syria

    Damascus Church Aid

    Damascus Church Aid provides practical aid to hundreds of internally displaced refugees within Syria.

  • Read Buhemba Community Food Sustainability Project Tanzania

    Buhemba Community Food Sustainability Project

    This project uses Diocese-owned farmland at the Buhemba Rural Agricultural Centre for the production of maize, beans and sunflowers. The produce is intended for local markets and local consumption. The project improves the local community’s well-being by improving local farming methods, developing local income generating skills and knowledge, and increasing the food supply of local markets. The project also generates income for the Diocese, which is used in its development work.

  • Read Seychelles – Student Bursary Seychelles

    Seychelles – Student Bursary

    The Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, has a reputation as a beautiful holiday destination. For the islands’ residents, life is not always so picturesque. Tourism has brought development and prosperity – but only for a few, and poverty is widespread. The last ordination of a minsters in the Diocese of Seychelles was in 2006 and there is a real need for more trained clergy to serve God and the church in the country.

  • Read South Tamworth Indigenous Outreach Australia

    South Tamworth Indigenous Outreach

    This projects helps support outreach programs for indigenous communities and families in Tamworth in Northern NSW as well as addressing the need for more theologically trained Indigenous Christians serving the Church and the community in regional parts of Northern NSW.

  • Read MOCLAM Latin America

    MOCLAM Latin America

    MOCLAM offers theological education by distance in Spanish in 14 countries throughout Latin America and Spain including two secure countries in the region. Pastors, church leaders, university staff workers are among those who use the MOCLAM resources to prepare themselves for ministry.

  • Read Kajo Keji Christian College South Sudan

    Kajo Keji Christian College

    Due to the civil wars Sudan and South Sudan have faced long periods of instability, conflict and insecurity meaning theological education has been limited. Through this project four church leaders will receive formal theological training at Kajo-Keji Christian College enabling churches in the region to develop and produce competent Church Ministers to meet the tremendous growth of the church.

  • Read Berkeley Life Centre Australia

    Berkeley Life Centre

    Berkeley Life Centre (BLC) exists to bring the hope of the gospel to a community struggling with social and relationship hardship. BLC is running a number of programs to reach out into the community with a helping hand and the gospel message, these include: the Berkeley OpShop, a Food Drop, a one-to-one visiting ministry ‘Adopt-A-Block’ and the COACH mentoring program.

  • Zimbabwe

    Glen Lorne Orphans Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe was once the major food producer for sub-Saharan Africa with a vibrant economy and good educational attainment for its children. Land redistribution and the AIDS epidemic has changed that. This project cares for orphans and destitute former farm workers in the Glen Lorne region outside the capital, Harare.

  • Read Take Flight China

    Take Flight

    Take Flight China provides love, care and hope to a very special group of children - children with a disability who have been, or are at risk of being abandoned by their family.

  • Read Bishop Gwynne College South Sudan

    Bishop Gwynne College

    Bishop Gwynne College trains Christian leaders from all over South Sudan, helping to shape this country's future as a peaceful society based on Christian teaching and good governance.

  • Read Heading North Ethiopia Ethiopia

    Heading North Ethiopia

    Heading North has a holistic approach to loving communities by responding to community identified needs including: clean water and sanitation, environmental protection, income generation, peace and reconciliation, leadership development, and marriage enrichment.

  • Read Eagle Vale Anglican Church Community Outreach Australia

    Eagle Vale Anglican Church Community Outreach

    The outreach program of Eagle Vale Anglican Church (EVAC) aims to provide for the physical, social and spiritual needs of their community. They offer services and activities aimed at promoting and developing relationships of trust and friendship between the church and members of the community.

  • Zambia

    Hope and Faith Community School

    The Hope and Faith Community School was established to provide good quality, gospel based education to disadvantaged and vulnerable children living in a slum area (New Ngombe compound) of Lusaka city, Zambia.

  • Read Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships KenyaSouth Sudan

    Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships

    Lost Children of Jonglei Scholarships provide secondary schooling to children whose families originated from Jonglei State, South Sudan, but who have been displaced through civil war and now live in Kakuma Refugee Camp. Many of these children have no knowledge of their parents’ whereabouts, or have been orphaned and rely on relatives to survive. Read more by clicking the title above.

  • Read Chainat Disabilities (Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities) Thailand

    Chainat Disabilities (Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities)

    CCD works in Thailand to improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and to equip their caregivers with the skills and equipment they need. In providing this support, CCD demonstrates God’s love by caring not only for the children with disabilities but also their families and the community. This project is funded in partnership with The Geoff Wilson Fund.

  • Read Living Water Australia

    Living Water

    Living Water is a ministry run to empower and encourage members of the Indigenous community in Redfern to become leaders.

  • Read RUTH House (Yayasan Rumah Tumbuh Harapan) Indonesia

    RUTH House (Yayasan Rumah Tumbuh Harapan)

    Ruth House provides women a safe and supportive environment to help support women through unplanned pregnancies in Indonesia.

  • Read Shamrock School Nepal

    Shamrock School

    Shamrock School provides quality education for poor regional families who would otherwise not be able to afford to educate their children past basic primary school.

  • Read Faisalabad School for Peace Pakistan

    Faisalabad School for Peace

    Faisalabad School for Peace seeks to promote peace and harmony in Pakistan by creating a community where children of different religions come together to learn, play and grow.

  • Read Lily of the Valley South Africa

    Lily of the Valley

    Lily of the Valley is a residental home and care centre for children in South Africa. These children have experienced trauma and often have intellectual or physical disabilities, are orphaned and many have HIV/AIDS. Lily of the Valley provides full-time residential care for these children and equips them with the skills to survive once they are old enough to leave.

  • Read Ministry of Mercy to Asylum Seekers Australia

    Ministry of Mercy to Asylum Seekers

    Liverpool South Anglican Church have been involved in providing emergency services, community support and ESL classes for around five years.

  • Read WeBelong Inc supporting Jesus Clubs Australia

    WeBelong Inc supporting Jesus Clubs

    Jesus Club is a ministry for people with intellectual disabilities that aims to make Jesus known through Bible teaching and genuine friendship.

  • Read Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA) Vietnam

    Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA)

    Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA) was formed by a group of young Vietnamese Australians to create public awareness and raise funds for disadvantaged communities in Vietnam.

  • Read Hope Motlhope Student Centre South Africa

    Hope Motlhope Student Centre

    The construction of the Hope Motlhope Student Centre, opened in May 2019, has enabled George Whitefield College to increase the capacity of residential students and the quality of its education through the development of their campus and facilities.

  • Read AmFuture Uganda


    AmFuture is short for "I am the Future", a name that inspires hope among the young people of Uganda in a country struggling with the highest youth unemployment in Africa. AmFuture provides support and opportunities for young people to gain employment and change their future.

  • Read Intsika Community Outreach South Africa

    Intsika Community Outreach

    Intsika is the Zulu word for pillar. Intsika Community Outreach provides educational assistance and mentoring to vulnerable children in South Africa's townships.

  • Read Women Inside Syria Syria

    Women Inside Syria

    Anglican Aid is helping mothers inside Syria who are desperate to feed their families and are turning to prostitution for money.

  • Read HoneyWorld Zimbabwe


    Once an agricultural giant, Zimbabwe now relies on foreign aid to feed it's hungry population. HoneyWorld aims to improve the lives of women and other at-risk community members by involving them in the process of honey production.

  • LebanonSyria

    Good Shepherd School Lebanon

    Syrian refugees living in Lebanon are living in inhumane conditions. Refugee children are uneducated, left unattended, undernourished and underdeveloped. Rev. Emil and his wife run a school to help these children. They provide food, clothing and medical treatment and seek help for children who are suffering from past abuse and trauma.

  • India

    Child Transformation (Parivarthana)

    Anglican Aid's partner, Transformation International (Parivarthana means 'transformation' in Kannada), works through local pastors in isolated rural areas in Southern India. They provide support and education for orphaned and vulnerable children and empower poor families through helping them establish micro-enterprises to increase their income security.

  • Read Macarthur Indigenous Reconciliation and Restoration Ministry Australia

    Macarthur Indigenous Reconciliation and Restoration Ministry

    The Macarthur region, comprised of Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly, is home to the second largest Indigenous population in NSW. Michael Duckett, the pastor of Macarthur Indigenous Church, is seeking to promote a ministry of reconciliation through restoring broken relationships between Indigenous groups (both family and organisational) and the broader Australian community.

  • Read Bangalore Women’s Safe House India

    Bangalore Women’s Safe House

    Around 70% of women in India are victims of some form of domestic violence according to Renuka Chowdhury, former Union minister for Women and Child Development. Tasalli (a Hindi word meaning comfort or shelter), also known as the Bangalore Women's Safe House, is assisting women in India by providing proficient services to protect women subjected to violence and abuse.

  • Read Growing Hope - Women and Children’s Development Myanmar

    Growing Hope - Women and Children’s Development

    The Women’s and Children’s Development project in Myanmar seeks both to care for orphans and empower women. Myanmar is one of the poorest countries in the world and women and children bear the brunt of poverty and inequality.

  • Read Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School Zimbabwe

    Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School

    The Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School in Zimbabwe is undergoing a transformation. Together with St Mathew's West Pennant Hills, Anglican Aid is supporting a project to improve Zimbabwe’s education system.

  • Read Victoria Memorial Hospital Pakistan

    Victoria Memorial Hospital

    The Victoria Hospital in Multan, Pakistan, caters for thousands of families who would otherwise have no access to affordable healthcare.

  • Read St Andrew’s School India

    St Andrew’s School

    St Andrew’s School is situated in Hyderabad, India. It is in the midst of slums within the centre of the city where there is an average of 11 people living in a 1 to 2 room dwelling.

  • Read Kanga Kids Sierra Leone

    Kanga Kids

    Anglican Aid, in partnership with Kanga Schools, is helping improve the education system in Sierra Leone.

  • Read Bunda Bible College Tanzania

    Bunda Bible College

    Bunda Bible College is located in the rural Diocese of Mara in Tanzania's far north. Mara is on the eastern shore of Lake Victoria, and shares a long border with Kenya. Students are taught leadership and development skills to help them meet the needs of their communities.

  • Read Syrian Refugees - Where Most Needed Syria

    Syrian Refugees - Where Most Needed

    The conflict in Syria has resulted in millions of Syrians fleeing from their homes to seek refuge in neighbouring countries such as Egypt and Lebanon. Anglican Aid is working with its partners to response with the love of Jesus to the needs of these desperate people.

  • Read Adjumani Refugee Camp South Sudan

    Adjumani Refugee Camp

    Northern Uganda's Moyo District is home to a network of UNHCR camps known as Adjumani. Since the beginning of the South Sudan Civil War in December 2013, more than 220,000 people have fled to Uganda seeking safety from civil strife.

  • Read Timion Disability Counselling and Community Development South Africa

    Timion Disability Counselling and Community Development

    The Timion Counselling Project seeks to help children living with disabilities in the townships of South Africa. Timion provides therapy, customised specialised equipment and education for carers.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum) Uganda

    Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum)

    You won't read about the massacres that took place in the Kitgum region under Joseph Kony, who controlled the area for many years before fleeing Uganda for Central African Republic, but the ghosts of Kony live on. The area has been destroyed and the infrastructure needs to be rebuilt. People need to learn how to provide for themselves again.

  • Read GRACE Project Nepal

    GRACE Project

    Anglican Aid continues to support the relief and development effort in Nepal following the earthquake which struck between Pokhara and Kathmandu on the 25th of April, 2015.

  • Read St. Frumentius Anglican College Gambella, Ethiopia Ethiopia

    St. Frumentius Anglican College Gambella, Ethiopia

    Named after the first Bishop of the Church in Ethiopia, the St. Frumentius Anglican Theological College (also known as Gambella Bible College) opened in June 2015 on the grounds of the Gambella Anglican Centre.

  • Read BERTH Community Development Philippines

    BERTH Community Development

    The Bamboo Earth Homes Project (BERTH) is a non-profit organisation aimed at assisting very low income families in the Philippines to acquire a home.

  • Read Egg a Day Rwanda

    Egg a Day

    What if the humble egg could... end child hunger? make kids smarter, taller and stronger? provide jobs for the unemployed?

  • Read Hub of Hope - Petersham Anglican Church Australia

    Hub of Hope - Petersham Anglican Church

    Born out of "Connect 09" the Hub of Hope is a ministry to people residing in local boarding houses.

  • Read Break the Cycle - Glenquarie Anglican Church Australia

    Break the Cycle - Glenquarie Anglican Church

    Break the Cycle Glenquarie community care program offers support and pastoral care through the employment of a Community Chaplain.

  • Read Scarred Tree - Glebe Anglican Church Australia

    Scarred Tree - Glebe Anglican Church

    The Scarred Tree is a project of St John’s Glebe and Anglican Aid. It brings healing and honour to Indigenous Australians scarred by trauma, exclusion and injustice.

  • Read Dapto Street Crew - Dapto Anglican Church Australia

    Dapto Street Crew - Dapto Anglican Church

    Dapto Street Crew aims to serve and support at-risk young people through early intervention and by changing youth culture.

  • Read Caring for Asylum Seekers & Refugees- St Philip’s Auburn Australia

    Caring for Asylum Seekers & Refugees- St Philip’s Auburn

    Auburn is one of the most multi-ethnic communities in Sydney with a large number of new migrants. Many of these migrants are ‘irregular maritime arrivals’ (asylum seekers) with very few resources and without much access to good food.

  • Read One4Life - South Sydney Anglican Church Australia

    One4Life - South Sydney Anglican Church

    The One4Life program supports people living in the Redfern/Waterloo areas in their daily struggles towards better living habits by establishing healthy, positive relationships in a loving environment.

  • Read Zambia’s Child Zambia

    Zambia’s Child

    In Zambia’s Kasompe and Bulangililo districts, over half the population are illiterate and live below the poverty line. Most people are unable to send their children to primary or high school or later to tertiary schools. Most children drop out of school and end up on the streets, as they cannot afford to learn income-generating skills.

  • Read All Saints Community Care - Nowra Anglican Church Australia

    All Saints Community Care - Nowra Anglican Church

    All Saints Community Care (ASCC) provides emergency relief assistance to those in the Shoalhaven community who are financially vulnerable or in times.

  • Read Healthy Families - Pitt Town Anglican Church Australia

    Healthy Families - Pitt Town Anglican Church

    The Healthy Families, Healthy Community project is designed to support families in the Pitt Town area and, consequently, to improve community life for all.

  • Read Darlinghurst Community Services - St John’s Anglican Church Australia

    Darlinghurst Community Services - St John’s Anglican Church

    Rough Edges and the Community Assistance and Partnership Program (CAPP) are initiatives of St John’s Darlinghurst, supported by Anglican Aid, to serve the King’s Cross community.

  • Read Bookworms Reading Group - South Coogee Anglican Church Australia

    Bookworms Reading Group - South Coogee Anglican Church

    If you were passing by the community room at Elphinstone Road Housing Department Block on a Thursday afternoon, you would likely see a big ‘BOOKWORMS’ banner and hear the low murmur of children reading aloud.

  • Read Lunch & Leisure Club - Riverwood-Punchbowl Anglican Church Australia

    Lunch & Leisure Club - Riverwood-Punchbowl Anglican Church

    According to SANE Australia, approximately one in five Australians are affected by mental illness every year. Mental illness is a major cause of social isolation and marginalisation in Australia.

  • Read Building Community and Leadership - Sadleir Anglican Church Australia

    Building Community and Leadership - Sadleir Anglican Church

    Anglican Aid works together with St Mark’s Anglican Sadleir to provide support to members of this ethnically diverse community.

  • Read New Settler Project - Campsie Anglican Church Australia

    New Settler Project - Campsie Anglican Church

    Anglican Aid and Campsie Anglicans are providing support to new migrants within the ethnically diverse suburb of Campsie.

  • Read Leadership Development (Uganda Christian University) Uganda

    Leadership Development (Uganda Christian University)

    Anglican Aid and the Ugandan Christian University (UCU) have partnered to recruit and train the next generation of leaders in Uganda.

  • Read Karagwe Disabilities Project Tanzania

    Karagwe Disabilities Project

    Anglican Aid works with the Anglican Church of Tanzania to support disabled children in Karagwe through income generation, education and promoting social inclusion.

  • Read Umthombo weMpilo South Africa

    Umthombo weMpilo

    Hillbrow, Johannesburg, is one of the most densely populated places in South Africa, known for violence, crime, extreme poverty and – especially – enslavement of women. Unless paying a visit to one of the suburb’s many brothels, locals and visitors alike avoid the area at all costs.

  • Read Projek Bali Kids Indonesia

    Projek Bali Kids

    Projek Bali Kids is a collections of children's centres that provide support for 470 orphans and vulnerable children from some of Bali’s poorest and most remote areas.

  • Read Eye Openers India

    Eye Openers

    The Eye Openers Opthalmology Program aims to improve the health and livelihood of poor village people in India. The purpose is to improve the sight of people surgically and with eye drops and spectacles and to promote their independence.

  • Read Anugrah Disabilities India

    Anugrah Disabilities

    This program aims to improve intervention for children with disabilities, to carry out rehabilitation and education and to encourage inclusion in the community of people with disabilities.

  • Read Women’s Safe House and Care Centre Vanuatu

    Women’s Safe House and Care Centre

    Anglican Aid has partnered with the Diocese of Vanuatu to provide a safe house for women experiencing domestic violence.

  • Read Katakwa Kenya


    Anglican Aid and the Diocese of Katakwa have partnered to provide community leadership training to both ordained clergy and lay preachers at a grass roots level.

  • Read Refuge Egypt Egypt

    Refuge Egypt

    Anglican Aid, in partnership with Refuge Egypt (RE), supports refugees and asylum seekers taking refuge in Egypt due to war or disaster in their country of origin.

  • Read Alexandria School of Theology Bursaries Egypt

    Alexandria School of Theology Bursaries

    Anglican Aid and the Alexandria School of Theology (AST) are working together to train Christian leaders, clergy and lay people to serve Christ and His Church in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.

  • Read Community Leadership  in the DRC (Congo) DRC (Congo)

    Community Leadership in the DRC (Congo)

    The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is home to three wonderful projects that Anglican Aid supports to train of men and women for leadership.