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Every year the bishops of the Diocese of London ask their parishes to consider collecting donations to help a range of good causes. The money donated by our congregations has helped to alleviate the suffering of Christians persecuted in the Middle East; it has funded new schools in Africa and provided fresh water supplies to villages; it has funded youth work and trained people for ministry both in London and much further afield. The focus of the Diocese of London Appeal changes year to year.

The most recent appeal can always be found at www.london.anglican.org/appeal.

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Modern Day Slavery, in all its forms is a major issue in London
/ 28 November 2018

Bishop of London’s Lent Appeal 2019 – Modern Day Slavery

The Bishop of London is to announce that the 2019 Lent Appeal will be on Modern Day Slavery, and how parish churches can help tackle it.


Bishop Pete, who launched the appeal, joined homeless guests at the Hanway Hall last November
/ 27 September 2018

Homelessness appeal raises nearly £105,000

The winter homelessness appeal Tackling Homelessness Together raised nearly £105,000


/ 24 April 2018

Homelessness appeal is now closed, but you can still give!

If you haven’t yet sent in your donation, please don’t worry. We are looking forward to receiving it as soon possible.


/ 15 February 2018

Homelessness appeal: #SofaSurfingTogether

A report on a new way to highlight Sofa Surfing, the hidden form of homelessness in the Capital, by encouraging others to take up #SofaSurfingTogether on Maundy Thursday.


/ 14 February 2018

Launch of new homelessness films

At the start of lent, we launch two films highlighting the stories of Londoners who have slept rough, for different lengths of time. Here are their stories.


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