Christmas Appeal 2016 Launched!
Your gift this Christmas will bring life-changing hope to young people in Africa
In recent years, we have run a series of special appeals for our Pathways from Poverty initiative at Christmas time. This year, we are inviting you to support the next phase of the Community Empowerment Programme. Find out more through the video below.
By giving this Christmas you can help these young people get trained, qualified and empowered to make better choices for their lives. Christmas is the time of year where we are often reminded how blessed we are, and how small acts of generosity when combined together can make a massive difference in the lives of the people who need it most.
We are looking to raise this year £70,000 (81,000 Euros) in order to complete the first floor of the Isiome Hope Centre. This is where the educational facilities are going to be based and the training is going to take place. This is where young lives are going to be transformed because of your giving today.
So thank you so much for your support and please give generously!
How can I make a donation?
Text PFPA16 and the amount of your gift to 70070.
e.g. to give £10, text PFPA16 10
By bank transfer
You can make a payment via bank transfer to our CAF Bank:
Account Name: Relational Mission Account number: 00022890
Sort Code: 40-52-40
- If you wish to make a transfer from outside the UK please contact us for international bank numbers and codes.
- Please include the reference PFPA 16 with your payment so we can allocate you donation appropriately.
Cheques should be made payable to Relational Mission and sent to:
Jubilee Family Centre
Norwich Road AYLSHAM
Please indicate on the reverse of your cheque, or with an accompanying note, that your gift is for the Pathways from Poverty appeal.
If you have any questions regarding the appeal or about making a donation please email us.
Legal and financial info
Pathways from Poverty is an initiative of Relational Mission.
Wherever possible we will invest the majority of donations received directly into the appeal project. Accountability and transparency are amongst our key principles and we want to ensure that money raised is used effectively to meet the needs outlined and in line with the UK Charity Commission’s good practice and regulation. As a result, a very small proportion of the appeal funds raised (no more than 10%) will be used to cover any associated governance, monitoring and promotional costs.
Need some further information?
For further information or resources relating to the appeal, alongside information on how your church or organisation can get involved go to the main appeal page. If you still have any questions or queries then please contact James Taylor.
Source: Relational Mission