Three times a year Anglican Missions conducts an appeal via our database to help raise funds in support of our partners. Anglican Missions also holds emergency appeals as necessary to help our partners in times of urgent need.



  • Partnering with the Diocese of Christchurch

    Anglican Missions is partnering with the Diocese of Christchurch and NZCMS with this specific appeal to support the now unfunded hostel at Mirpurkhas, a mission of the Diocese of Hyderabad, Pakistan. more»
    Mirpurkhas Hostel Appeal
  • Now Closed

    Anglican Missions has been partnering with the Wellington Anglican Diocese to support four projects. more»
    COVID-19: Our Global Response
  • and Cyclone Harold, Vanuatu (now closed)

    Our emergency appeal launched earlier this year for Vanuatu following the devastation of Tropical Cyclone Harold is now closed. Our second appeal to support the Diocese of Polynesia with regard to COVID-19 remains open with support continuing for Pacific communities. more»
    Emergency Appeal - COVID-19, Polynesia
  • now closed

    THANK YOU to all who have donated to this year's Lenten Appeal supporting three projects - two, as is traditional, for the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and the third for the Diocese of Mara in Tanzania. Funds raised as end April 2020 are just over $32,000 (approx $11,000 for each project). This Appeal has now closed. more»
    Lenten Appeal 2020
  • Anglican Missions has launched a special appeal to support the work required to rebuild and recover the communities on Ambae Island, Vanuatu following the volcanic eruptions in 2017 & 2018. This project capitalises on the work started by the Anglican Church of Melanesia and is a shared project with other similar agencies. more»
    AMBAE: Recovery and Resilience Project Appeal
  • 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