Anglican Missions.

Putting love into action for over 100 years.


We’re motivated by putting the love of God into action and bringing hope to people who are vulnerable and living in poverty.

Working with and on behalf of the Anglican Church in New Zealand and Polynesia, we support a range of partners to carry out Christian mission, development and humanitarian aid.

Our work lets us collaborate with a range of agencies both in New Zealand and all over the world.


With your support, together we’ve made an impact on some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. Here are some stats that we’re incredibly proud of.

Tongans helped after
tsunami and eruption

Now vaccinated against

NZCMS Mission
partners supported

Now with access
to clean water

AWA Aotearoa.

Our aid, development & humanitarian branch.

Anglican World Aid Aotearoa (AWA Aotearoa) is Anglican Missions’ aid, development and humanitarian response branch. All aid-related projects undertaken and supported by Anglican Missions will be managed by AWA Aotearoa.

AWA also provides support and advice to individuals, parishes and communities wanting to establish or are currently carrying aid, development or humanitarian projects. AWA operates in line with international best practices and the Council for International Development’s code of conduct.

Learn more about AWA

Get Involved.

Learn more about the ways in which you can help!

Your time and skills are invaluable to the work that we do – whatever you have to bring is exactly what we need – there’s a place for you at Anglican Missions!

There are so many ways to get involved – that could look like volunteering, fundraising or advocating.

Hit the link to find out more!

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