Annual Fundraising Project

Every year, we organise a fundraising project that everyone in the church can get involved in. Through the funds raised, we are able to provide direct support a wide rage of mission work both at home and abroad. You can find out more about the current project and some past projects below.

Free Church Youth Camps

Helping FCYC provide training for leaders and transport for campers.    

World on Our Doorstep

Helping to provide cultural awareness training to church volunteers and leaders in Govanhill, Glasgow.

Operación San Andrés

Helping OSA in Peru to equip and develop a local church.

Donald & Rosangela Fraser

Helping to support and provide means of transport to World Evangelism for Christ (WEC) missionaries in Holland.

Donations

You can now send one-time or recurring donations simply and easily using our online donation form.

If you would prefer to send your donation via bank transfer, please email us to receive account details – donations@womenformission.org 

If you would prefer to donate via post, please send donations to Mairi Macdonald, Greenfaulds, 8 Linicro, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9YN.  

Resources & Downloads

If you would like to order more leaflets and posters, please email publicity@womenformission.org

Fundraising Projects through the Years

Free Church Youth Camps

Every year hundreds of young people attend Free Church youth camps (FCYC). For most it’s much more than a holiday; it’s a time to learn, form new friendships and enjoy fellowship, none of which would be possible without the hard work and generosity of the camp leaders. FCYC hope to develop audio-visual training resources for leaders and they’re also keen to facilitate a group of leaders undergoing D1 driver training. This will allow them drive minibuses for campers, reducing costs over time. 

Through Mobilising for Mission, WfM will raise funds to help FCYC produce audio-visual training resources and contribute to leaders’ D1 driver training.

World on Our Doorstep

Govanhill is the UK’s most ethnically and linguistically diverse square mile outside of London. A partnership between Govanhill Free Church, Interserve and The Well Multicultural Resource Centre, The World on Our Doorstep (WoOD) provides cultural awareness training to church volunteers and leaders. Mobilising for Mission will raise funds to help WoOD develop, promote and facilitate this training to further equip, encourage and engage the church in its mission. 

WfM’s Mobilising for Mission project will raise funds to help WoOD develop, promote and facilitate this training to further equip, encourage and engage the church in its mission.

Operación San Andrés

Founded by Luis Campos, a former student of Colegio San Andrés, Operación San Andrés (OSA) is dedicated to transforming the community of Collique, Peru with the power of the gospel. Five years ago, OSA planted a church, Luz de Esperanza. Being a new and growing church, Luz de Esperanza’s needs are many.  They’d like to fit a sound system in their church, they need basic kitchen equipment and they would love to be able to increase their work amongst women and teenagers. 

WfM’s Mobilising for Mission project will raise funds to help Luz de Esperanza develop the work they’ve begun.

Donald & Rosangela Fraser

Members of Plockton and Kyle Free Church congregation, Donald and Rosangela Fraser have been serving with WEC (Worldwide Evangelism for Christ) International for several years. Currently serving as cooks in the WEC International college in Holland, the Frasers continue to raise their own support year after year. With an increasing need to replace their car, WfM would like to contribute to their support through Mobilising for Mission.

Through Mobilising for Mission, WfM will raise funds to help support the Frasers as they serve with WEC International.