Projects allow you to get closer to what our Partners are doing and show you what a difference your support is making. Our 2019 Projects Booklet outlines the projects approved for support by the Anglican Missions Board this year. Physical copies of the booket have been sent to parishes – contact if you would like a copy. 

Full details of the 2019 projects are below.

How to get involved

  • Choose a project from the list below or from our Projects Booklet and Let us know which one you have chosen
  • Collect contributions
  • Send them to Anglican Missions and tell us which project they are for.


Projects currently supported – 2019

  • Diocese of Polynesia - 2019 Projects

    House of Sarah - Sarah Carers Referrals; Mission Support for priests - evangelism and discipleship, and a Water for All project aimed at providing of water tanks for 6 communities in Fiji.
    The Diocese of Polynesia is actively engaged in improving the welfare of its community through a number of initiatives. Sustainability is a key focus of the church's programme, both for itself and those it is working with. more»
  • New Zealand Church Missionary Society

    NZCMS is the "mission sending arm" (Anglican Missions is the "mission funding arm") of the Anglican Church and recruits and prepares candidates for the mission field and provides support while they are overseas. Donations directly support Mission Partners while overseas through funds raised from the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. more»
  • NZ $10,000 in 2019

    Anglican Missions continues to support the Anglican Church of Tanzania. In 2019, our grant will assist the Archbishop with pastoral visits to his dioceses. With over 28 dioceses the Church in Tanzania covers a large area. Each year the Archbishop aims to visit around 7 dioceses. These are vital visits encouraging the dioceses to achieve their mission goals and providing pastoral care to clergy and their congregations. more»
  • Anglican Missions supports Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa in its work overseas.   (Photo:  indigenous Bishops at the AIN 2017 Conference, from left Bishop Kitohi Pikaahu, Bishop Richard Wallace, Bishop Lydia Mamakwa (Canada), Bishop Adam Halkett (Canada) and Bishop Mark MacDonald, also from Canada.) The Tikanga Māori more»
    Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa
  • OM-TP Short Term Mission Grants

    Anglican Missions supports New Zealanders who want to go on Short Term Missions overseas through OM-TP Short Term Mission Grants. Find out more about how to apply, and find stories of the teams who have already been. more»
    OM-TP (Overseas Missions -Tikanga Pakeha)
  • The Church in Melanesia - various projects

    Initially part of the Church of the Province of New Zealand, the Anglican Church of Melanesia became a separate province in 1975. It includes Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and New Caledonia. Donations support a range of projects including Christian Care Centre, a safe haven for victims of domestic violence in Honiara. more»
  • Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea

    Assistance from NZ goes towards Kerina Evangelists' College; Newton Theological College; Archbishop's Office and Provincial Communication; Bishop Outreach in Remote Areas. Papua New Guinea has an estimated population of over 7 million (with approximately 250,000 Anglicans) and occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and numerous offshore islands. Over 80% of people live in rural areas, relying on subsistence farming. more»
    Papua New Guinea
  • In 2019 a grant of NZ$5000 has been put aside to support the work of SOMA. Sharing our Ministries Abroad (SOMA) is an associated body of Anglican Missions. It grew out of the charismatic renewal movement in the United Kingdom in the 1970s, and is predicated on the fact that anyone touched by the Holy Spirit inevitably wants to go out and share more»
    Sharing our Ministries Abroad (SOMA) NZ
  • Your project is not listed here? Will supporting a project go towards my Parish Giving/Tikanga Giving? Your questions answered here. more»