Get Involved

Join us to bring hope, reduce poverty, tackle inequality and create resilient global communities.


Every cent is a seed.

When you give, you’re planting hope into people’s lives. From disaster relief to water tanksmedical supplies to roofs, each cent you give grows into new, better opportunities and outcomes for people all over the world.

Find a project to plant a seed in
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Help us make an impact.

Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement. You can make a difference, meet new people, be part of a community, learn new skills and have fun while making a real difference!

Find ways to volunteer
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Get involved and pray for a project, a mission partners or an emergency response. Use our partners in prayer diary for prayer points or check out our individual project pages

Pray for our global community
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Be an ambassador for change.

Advocacy for Anglican Missions not only helps us to become more visible, but it shines a light on the issues that our projects tackle. Advocacy makes these issues more visible local, regional, and national government agencies, and can help them to better understand and take action to help.

Advocate for Anglican Missions
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Be a world changer.

We believe the emerging generations will change the world. You’re not just the “next” generation. It’s not your turn after “us”. We want to make room for your voice to not only be heard, but to be taken seriously –  not only through our project work at Anglican Missions, but as a force for good to change the world for the better!

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