Lenten Appeal 2024

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About the Lenten Appeal

Lent, in the Christian church, is a period of spiritual preparation for Easter. In Western churches it begins on Ash Wednesday, six and a half weeks before Easter, and is a chance for the Church to reflect Jesus Christ’s fasting in the wilderness before he began his public ministry.

Our Lenten Appeal calls the church to give sacrificially both financially and through prayer. Each year, we partner with you to raise funds for projects that directly contribute to the health, wellbeing and development of the communities and people involved.

This Lent, we’re supporting projects in Uganda and The Middle East.


Support a project this Lent.

Explore below how your support can make a difference to the lives of our Ugandan and Middle Eastern whānau.

Make a general donation today!

Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation

Since 2010, RSNF have supported hundreds of children with physical and/or mental disabilities, providing surgeries, post-surgery care, vocational and education packages, and home-based support.

Learn how

Hope for the Holy Land

War has once again torn this part of the world to pieces. You can help restore hope to the Holy Land through access to healthcare, education and community support.

Learn How


Use the donate button on the top of this page, within each project page or click here.
Yes! Simply head to the project page that you'd like to support and hit the donate button. The form will pre-fill to reflect your chosen project.

You can also make a general donation to the Lenten Appeal - just select "Lenten Appeal 2024 General Donation" from the list of options.

Yes! Because each of the Lenten Appeal projects are run by AWA (our aid and development branch), they are eligible for tax credits. Because our system for AWA donations is not fully operational, you will receive a donation receipt from Anglican Missions. We will manually issue a tax receipt for your donation within a week to your designated email address.
90 percent of your donation goes directly towards the project. We retain 10 percent of funds for operational costs, and only for aid and development projects run by AWA - our aid and development branch.

No donated funds for AWA projects are used for religious or evangelical purposes. We're committed to total transparency around the use of donated funds.
We will keep you updated about the outcomes of the projects through our newsletter and articles on the website. Make sure you sign up for our newsletter to keep up to date with our projects.

Also feel free to contact us for specific questions regarding the 2023 Lenten Appeal.