Women for Mission Project 2022/2023

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.

Bethany Christian Trust

Bethany Christian Trust is a national charity whose mission is to put Christian love into action relieving the suffering and meeting the long-term needs of homeless and vulnerable people in Scotland.

Sparkle Sisters

Sparkle Sisters share the love of Christ through friendship, care and community. Their mission is to provide a safe space in Edinburgh, where women affected by trauma will experience joy and feel valued. 


‘Misión Integral Urbano Rural’ (Holistic Mission in the City and Countryside) carries out holistic mission among families in needy communities in Peru, seeking to bring justice, freedom and practical support in Jesus’ name.

Download Leaflets & Posters

If you would like to order more leaflets and posters, please get in touch with us at contact@womenformission.org

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 Mairi Macdonald, Greenfaulds, 8 Linicro, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9YN.

Download PowerPoints and Videos

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

Bethany Christian Trust (Scotland)

Bethany Christian Trust is a national charity whose mission is to relieve the suffering and meet the long-term needs of homeless and vulnerable people in Scotland. They put Christian love into action working towards the aim of Ending Homelessness in Scotland. Their integrated approach consists of 3 core streams of life-changing services: Homelessness Prevention, Crisis Intervention and Housing & Support. Bethany’s Community Support and Development work encompasses smaller projects in Scotland, meeting local needs to prevent homelessness.  

Funds raised will help to support some of this work, which includes Self Reliant Groups in the East of Scotland, Bridge to Freedom addiction recovery in Torry and Inverness, The Aberdeen Toastie Club and various projects in the West of Scotland including cooking groups and Bible studies.

Sparkle Sisters creates a committed, loving community and a safe place where vulnerable women can experience friendship, care and community and be given an opportunity to explore the effects of their experiences on their wellbeing. It is their desire to bring hope through the love of Christ and ultimately healing to the many visible and invisible women in their local community whose lives have been adversely affected by trauma. 

They believe in the unique value and worth of all their women and seek to reflect the love of Jesus in practical ways while encouraging emotional and spiritual growth. 

Funds raised for Sparkle Sisters will support the Cornerstone Coffee Project and will also help to cover the cost of taking the women away on trips.


‘Misión Integral Urbano Rural’ (Holistic Mission in the City and Countryside)

This grassroots Peruvian organisation was formed by former Colegio San Andrés pupil and graduate of the Free Church College, Rev. Pedro Arana. The organisation runs community development projects in the city and countryside of Peru. 

MISIUR works with over 130 children and teenagers in two needy communities, offering after-school activities which include the provision of a nutritious meal, academic support, Bible teaching, counselling and health checks. The children’s families are invited to help cook the meals at the centres and attend meetings on parenting skills and combatting gender violence. Training courses in baking and hairdressing are offered to help develop skills and obtain work. The work is carried out with close links to local Presbyterian churches so that the children, young people and their parents are invited to join in church activities and feel part of the Christian community.

Funds raised will go towards the provision of water tanks and solar panels to provide families with access to clean water plus enable children to study in the evenings and recharge mobile phones to take part in virtual classes.

Fundraising Projects through the Years

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