Three times a year Anglican Missions conducts an appeal via our database to help raise funds in support of our partners. In addition to this Anglican Missions also holds emergency appeals from time to time to help our partners in times of need.



  • urgent financial support needed in order to obtain emergency medicine and medical supplies

    We commend to you our Emergency Appeal to support the Al-Ahli Arab Anglican Hospital in Gaza following the tragic events of early May when 61 people lost their lives and 2,768 people were injured.The more»
    Emergency Appeal to support the Al-Ahli Arab Anglican Hospital in Gaza - May 2018
  • We continue to commend to you our Emergency Appeal to support response and recovery efforts following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake that hit the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea on 26 February. Aftershocks have been continuing and the number of fatalities has grown to around 125. Funds raised for this Appeal will be administered by Anglicare PNG. more»
    Emergency Appeal for Papua New Guinea 2018
  • Further update - 21 June 2018

    Tropical Cyclone Gita struck a number of Pacific Island countries in February, particularly Tonga. The Category 5 Cyclone was the most severe storm to hit Tonga in over 60 years, causing 2 fatalities, 41 injuries and destroying at least 171 houses. As a result of many generous donations, including AAW and the H&W Williams Trust, over $90,000 has been raised.
    The Tongan Anglican Church has requested building materials, tools, chainsaws, portable generators and pre-positioned supplies to help ensure Anglican churches, which are often used as evacuation centres, are better prepared and able to respond to future events.
    Anglican Missions has purchased two shipping containers which will be sent to Tonga next week: one will be positioned at St. Pauls Church in Nuku'alofa and the other at All Saints Anglican Church in Fasi. Both will be used to store prepositioned supplies and one of them will also be fitted out as a small joinery and carpentry workshop to help develop building skills of local communities.
    This is an exciting initiative that not only responds to very real needs caused by the Cyclone but also will help the Anglican Church in Tonga to be better prepared for future events. On behalf of the Anglican congregations in Tonga, thank you so much for your very generous donations that have enabled Anglican Missions to respond to this event. We will continue to post photos and news on our website as the containers arrive and are unpacked.
    Tropical Cyclone Gita Emergency Appeal 2018
  • It brings us great pleasure to introduce the three projects of the 2018 Lenten Appeal. We are very excited to partner with the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East and the Rwenzori Special Needs more»
    Lenten Appeal 2018
  • Anglican Missions has launched an Emergency Appeal in support of the Anglican Church of Melanesia and its work in assisting with the evacuation of the people of Ambae Island, Vanuatu. The Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) is at the forefront of the response and making clergy, staff, churches and facilities available. ACoM has asked Anglican Missions and others for support to assist with this immediate response and we join the Anglican Board of Missions (Australia), Anglican Overseas Aid (Australia) and Episcopal Relief and Development (USA) to provide funds to support the Church in Melanesia in its response to the evacuation. more»
    Emergency Appeal - Vanuatu volcano October 2017
  • We have launched our Spring Appeal for 2017 and would like to introduce you to the three important and worthy projects we are promoting. We are very excited to partner once again with the Diocese of Hyderabad in Pakistan and with NZCMS. This appeal is supporting: more»
    Spring Appeal 2017
  • Donate for vulnerable, disabled, and malnourished children.

    It brings us great pleasure to introduce the three projects of the 2017 Lenten Appeal. We are very excited to partner with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and the Anglican Church of Melanesia. more»
    Lenten Appeal 2017
  • May 2017 (Photo courtesy of NASA Earth Observatory 8 May 2017)

    Anglican Missions launched an Emergency Appeal in May 2017 to support people affected by Tropical Cyclone Donna, particularly those in Vanuatu. Tropical Cyclone Donna, a category 5 cyclone with more»
    Cyclone Donna Emergency Appeal (Vanuatu) 2017
  • Maniava Rebuild

    Help a Family to Rebuild their Home!
    Anglican Missions is asking for support towards a post cyclone disaster relief plan, in partnership with the Diocese of Polynesia, to rebuild the village of Maniava in which most buildings were destroyed by TC Winston in February. Thirty-three homes need to be rebuilt at an estimated cost of $7,000 each. For information on how your parish can support a family in Maniava please contact the Anglican Missions office.
    Cyclone Winston Appeal for Maniava - rebuild 2017
  • It brings us great pleasure to introduce you to the projects of the 2016 Spring Appeal. We are very excited to partner with the Diocese of Hyderabad in Pakistan and with NZCMS. This appeal is more»
    Spring Appeal 2016
  • Donate for the Diocese of Polynesia

    Anglican Missions is launching an emergency appeal in the wake of Cyclone Winston. We are asking for your support to provide disaster relief to our brothers and sisters in the Pacific who have been more»
    Cyclone Winston Emergency Appeal 2016
  • Past Emergency and Database Appeals

    Information on Appeals and Emegency Appeals that Anglican Missions has run over the past few years such as previous Lenten Appeals and Emergency Appeals such as the Cyclone Pam Appeal particularly affecting Vanuatu. more»
    Previous Appeals