Every year, WfM organises a fundraising project that everyone in the church can get involved in. Through the funds raised, we are able to provide direct support to a range of mission work both at home and abroad.
Find out more this year’s project recipients below.
International Justice Mission
International Justice Mission are a global movement of Christian lawyers, social workers, investigators and survivors working to end slavery and violence, until all are free.
Release International is a Christian ministry called to love and serve persecuted Christians.
Christian Values for Education
Supporting school staff, chaplains and families to communicate the Christian faith so that children and young people can make informed choices about beliefs and values.
International Mission to Jewish People (CWI)
IIMJP is a UK based interdenominational evangelistic society committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus the Messiah with Jewish people.
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International Justice Mission
International Justice Mission are a global movement of Christian lawyers, social workers, investigators and survivors working to end slavery and violence, until all are free. We believe the church has a unique role in catalysing justice across the world – in prayer, generosity and action.
Funds raised for IJM will fund two operations to bring people to safety and could help make freedom possible for children, women and men trapped in slavery and violence. The funds will also be used to bring a partner organisation into the movement which could scale the demand for justice where it is most needed, by training and equipping a grassroots partner NGO to combat slavery in their community.
Release International is a Christian ministry called to love and serve persecuted Christians. 54 % of Nigerians are Christians but, in recent years due to the rise of terrorist groups, persecution has intensified. In response, Release International’s partner the Stefanos Foundation run the Love in Action project. Over the course of a year, Love in Action provides essential food and hygiene items to around 1,000 families affected by the violence.
Funds raised for Release International will go towards the Love in Action project. As a result of this support displaced families have their immediate practical needs met. This reduces the impact of the hardship and trauma they face. They are encouraged to persevere in faith and they know that they are not abandoned by their Christian brothers and sisters in the UK.
The Christian Values in Education Project (CVE Scotland) was established in September 2014 with the vision of ‘Supporting school staff, chaplains and families to communicate the Christian faith so that children and young people can make informed choices about beliefs and values.’
Funds raised for CVE Scotland will go towards continuing to provide a course in School Chaplaincy as well as maintaining their website, which has a bank of resources for education staff. Additionally, CVE Scotland is partnering with the Free Church of Scotland to develop materials from a Christian perspective, suitable for the Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenting (RSHP) part of the Curriculum, to provide alternatives to current materials.
International Mission to Jewish People
International Mission to Jewish People is a UK based interdenominational evangelistic society committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus the Messiah with Jewish people. Previously known as CWI, the mission organisation IMJP now works in eleven countries including Australia, Brazil, France, Hungary, Israel, Ukraine, UK, the USA and the Netherlands.
Funds raised for IMJP will support for the cost of evangelistic literature, which will be produced in several languages, required for the outreach ministries of the missionaries serving with International mission to Jewish people.
Fundraising Projects through the Years
An overview of projects we have supported in the past ten years.