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.



  • updated 14 May 2019

    Cyclone Idai swept through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe mid March 2019 affecting 3 million people and causing over 750 deaths. Anglican Missions launched this appeal to support the Anglican Diocese of Niassa as it helps communities affected by the floods to purchase seeds and re-establish crops. Since this event, the strongest cyclone ever to hit Mozambique (Cyclone Kenneth) struck landfall on April 25th flattening villages and either destroyoing or severely damaging over 35,000 houses. It’s come just one month after Cyclone Idai which at the most recent count led to over 900 fatalities across Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Bishop Vincente of the Diocese of Niassa in Mozambique contacted Anglican Missions yesterday (30th April) sending a number of recent photos; thanking us for the donations that have already been sent through and asking for ongoing prayer. more»
    Emergency Appeal for Mozambique 2019
  • Thank you for your heartfelt support. This appeal is now closed.

    On behalf of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, and Churches within the worldwide Anglican Communion, Anglican Missions launched a Relief appeal to demonstrate the aroha of the Anglican Church and its members towards the victims and families affected by the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday 15th March 2019.
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    (Now Closed) Relief Appeal in support of Mosque Victims 2019
  • This year Anglican Missions is celebrating 100 years of missions fundraising and support. At the very beginning of the establishment of the Anglican Missions Board the tradition of supporting the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East was established; and this year is no exception. We have great pleasure in introducing you to the two projects we are supporting in the Diocese of Jerusalem as well as our usual third project, which this year is supporting the Water for All project in Fiji. more»
    Lenten Appeal 2019
  • We have recently launched our Spring Appeal for 2018 supporting three very important and worthy projects. Our focus is on support for NZCMS Mission Partners Anthony and Anne McCormick who are based in Battambang, Cambodia; the Diocesan Boys' Hostel in Pakistan; and NZCMS Mission Partner, Dawn Daunauda, who is serving in Vanuatu. more»
    Spring Appeal 2018
  • Thank you for your support

    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.
    From our Cyclone Gita Emergency Appeal, your donations have helped us purchase two shipping containers which are full of building materials, tools and pre-positioned relief items which have now arrived in the capital, Nuku'alofa, (Friday 6 July). One container will be positioned at St. Pauls Church in Nuku'alofa and the other at All Saints Anglican Church in Fasi. Both will provide well-needed water-tight storage for pre-positioned supplies. The containers and their contents, along with transportation costs and longer-term preparedness work has all been made possible as a result of your generosity.
    Tropical Cyclone Gita Emergency Appeal 2018
  • 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
  • This Emergency Appeal is now closed - read our updates below

    This Emergency Appeal is now closed - Anglican Missions would like to sincerely thank everyone who contributed to this Appeal. You helped to raise over $17,000! The money raised by Anglican Missions will contribute towards the wider response from the global Anglican Communion. more»
    Emergency Appeal for Papua New Guinea 2018
  • READ the results of this Appeal 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 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
  • 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