Vulnerable communities across our global Anglican family need your support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Watch a message from Archbishop Justin Welby about the appeal:
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected communities throughout the world. Within our Anglican family, some communities are hurting more than others.
In many parts of the Church, communities are without basic health and sanitation facilities, lockdowns have cause severe financial hardship for daily wage earners and hunger is spreading.
As the household of faith, we are called by God to support one another. Please join us in doing so. The Together in Unity Appeal is raising funds through the Anglican Communion Fund to address the needs of vulnerable communities across the Anglican Communion.
The Anglican Communion Fund has already allocated over £180,000 towards Covid needs across 21 provinces of the Communion. We are supporting the Church in its ministry, providing food relief to the vulnerable, communicating ways of staying safe from the virus, providing handwashing facilities and PPE.
Please join with us in serving the household of faith. Give generously to the Together in Unity Appeal.
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“One lady told me she would rather die from Covid-19 than die from hunger. Five days ago 13 children came to my house asking for food.”Bishop Given Gaula, Diocese of Kondoa, Tanzania