Anglican agencies

Anglican churches and agencies are at the forefront of relief work, working together to meet the needs of people affected by natural disasters and conflict.

    Anglican Board of Mission

    Anglican Board of Mission (ABM) is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia.

    ABM wants to see people everywhere experience the wholeness of life God offers in Jesus Christ, and supports partners as they participate in God’s mission.

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    Anglican Overseas Aid

    Anglican Overseas Aid is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia.

    Their work is inspired by the gospel of Christ, with a vision for a peaceful, just and sustainable world for all.

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    Episcopal Relief & Development

    Episcopal Relief & Development is an international relief and development agency responding compassionately to human suffering on behalf of The Episcopal Church.

    Working with church partners and other local organisations worldwide, they rebuild after disasters and empower people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger and disease.

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    Mothers’ Union

    An organisation of over four million members working within their own local communities in 83 countries to promote stable marriages, family life and the protection of children through praying, enabling and campaigning.

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    The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund

    The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is the Canadian Anglican response for emergency relief, refugees, development, and justice.

    They provide emergency relief to worldwide humanitarian disasters that severely disrupt people’s lives and negatively impact on their ability to cope.

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    For over 300 years the London-based charity USPG has been sharing God’s love through action, and seeing lives transformed.

    Their programmes have a deep impact because they are run by local Anglican churches that are embedded in the communities they serve around the world.

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