Support the House of Sarah

November 2012 - Counselling and Welfare Services in the Diocese of Polynesia

P1010821.JPG Most of us don’t share our pain or distress easily. If we do, we will look for someone we can trust, who we know will listen without judgement or condemnation.

The House of Sarah offers a listening ear, support and a place of refuge to those who need it most. There are stories to tell, but we can’t tell them as yet. It has drawn many people to its doors who have deep needs for prayer and counselling.

The House of Sarah also organises workshops for women (photo: women attending a workshop in Lautoka) to teach them basic knowledge and skills around topics such as: gender awareness, gender based and domestic violence, child abuse, rape, and sexual harassment. These women can then help more people in their community when these issues arise. The workshops also teach UN Conventions on discrimination against women and children’s rights.

Recently the House of Sarah was recognised by the United Nations for the wonderful work it is carrying out throughout Fiji.

By donating to this House of Sarah Appeal you can be part of the transformation of lives, building a foundation of hope for the future.

 

 

How can you help?


 

DONATE ONLINE

By Visa or Mastercard to Appeal: House of Sarah

 

DONATE BY CHEQUE

Make a cheque out to Anglican Missions and send it to:

AMB House of Sarah Appeal
Freepost AMB
PO Box 12012
Thorndon
WELLINGTON

 

DONATE BY BANK DEPOSIT / INTERNET BANKING

Account Number: 02-0585-0001796-00
Account Name: Anglican Missions Board

Particulars: HoS Appeal
Code: Your name part 1
Reference: Your name part 2

If completing a bank deposit/internet banking transfer please email accounts@angmissions.org.nz with the amount of your donation,
the reference you included (preferably your name or your parish name) and where the funds are to be directed.

 

A receipt will be issued. The Anglican Missions Board is a registered Charity under the NZ Charities Act 2005 - Number CC22072.
However please note: donations to Anglican Missions do not currently qualify for a tax credit under the Income Tax Act 2007.