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.

Blythswood Care (India)

Blythswood work in the UK, Eastern Europe, Africa and India through their education, community and gospel projects. More than 10,000 girls and women work in the red light district of Navi Mumbai, India. Blythswood are working with The Beacon Centre to give them a brighter future.

The Kerusso Trust (Malawi)

The Kerusso Trust work with local partners to build the Church and extend God’s Kingdom in Malawi. They do this through Bible and ministry training programmes, youth and children’s outreach, and community development initiatives.

The Tumaini Fund (Tanzania)

Tumaini was established to support widows and orphans affected by HIV in Tanzania. Their vision in Scotland is to help resource those currently supporting over 100,000 orphans and widows.

Patty & Manuel Reano (Colombia)

Based in Columbia, the Reanos are dedicated to the care of pastors and their families. They aim to bring them opportunities and increase their levels of personal and spiritual health.

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Make a Donation

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 Holly Smith, 1/1, 49 Crow Road, Glasgow, G11 7SH.

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We would encourage you to download the project marketing material below and help us share the project information as widely as possible.

Blythswood Trust - India

Blythswood works in the UK, through their Edinburgh and Highland Foodbanks and abroad in Eastern Europe, Africa and India through their education, community and gospel projects.

10,000+ girls/ladies are working in the Turbhe red light district in the Navi Mumbai area of India, many of whom have been trafficked there and are ‘owned’ by madams who may have 6-10 girls working for them. The Beacon Centre, run by the Cornerstone Trust, in Turbhe has been making a difference in the area for several years.

Funds raised will go towards Blythswood’s work with the Beacon Centre and could provide play equipment, school uniform for 100 children and an aluminium roofed shed.

The Kerusso Trust

The Kerusso Trust works with local partners to build the Church and extend God’s Kingdom in Malawi. They do this through Bible and ministry training programmes, youth and children’s outreach, and community development initiatives.

The Kerusso Trust, which was set up in 2011, work primarily in rural areas throughout the country, in partnership with a Malawian Christian organisation, J-Life Ministries, based near the city of Blantyre.

Funds raised will go towards supporting Bethel Girls’ Academy, a Christian secondary school which provides opportunity for education to girls from rural backgrounds. Funds will also be used to continue a programme with village chiefs to support the protection of girls and women from harm and abuse, and to develop a sewing training project for women in the rural community to enable them to support their families.

The Tumaini Fund Scotland was established in 2014 in order to partner with The Tumaini Fund in Kagera, NW Tanzania as they support widows and orphans affected by HIV. Their vision in Scotland is to help resource our brothers and sisters in Kagera who are currently supporting over 100,000 orphans as well as widows. There are 5 offices run by local co-ordinators (4 of whom are orphans previously supported by Tumaini). The care is mainly provided by a dedicated team of Parish Workers who live alongside those they serve.

In line with their vision above and commitment to our brothers and sisters who are serving as Parish Workers, they would like to raise funds to help with practical needs for them.

Patty & Manuel Reano in Columbia

The Reanos work with CPCI-Colombia, which began in 1988 and acts as an umbrella for a variety of ministries. In 2015, CPCI started the ministry of Koininos, dedicated to the pastoral care of pastors and their families.

Funds raised for the Reanos aim to bring to these individuals and their families tools, means and opportunities to receive pastoral care and increase their levels of personal, family, relational and spiritual health.

Fundraising Projects through the Years

An overview of projects we have supported in the past ten years.