We shall be supporting these organisations through 2022 – 2024. The information here is brief, so if you would like more information about any of them, please use the website, email address or phone number we have included. You may decide you wish to support one or more of these organisations individually and this, of course, is something we would encourage you to do. We believe they are all doing invaluable work.
Hillingdon Women’s Centre
The Centre provides a safe space for all women who are in need of support, regardless of background, race and sexual identity. Mainly they provide for those experiencing domestic abuse. They also work with women experiencing mental health difficulties, unemployment, isolation, and those needing legal and benefits advice. This is the only service of its kind in the local community.
Church Mission Society
CMS Africa is based in Nairobi and serves all of Africa, including Uganda. Primarily it delivers Christian holistic training and support programmes to enable local communities to learn to be self-sustaining.
This hospital is able to offer all aspects of medical need, including maternity, surgery, mental health, intensive care. It serves a wide community so when specialized help is needed by those of our Rukiga community, they will go to Kisiizi.
iSingPOP delivers a singing, performing, and resourcing project for young children and families to engage in worship in a fun way. They have visited Breakspear and Glebe Schools.
A Rocha is a global family of conservation organisations working together, in response to the worldwide crisis of biodiversity loss, to carry out community-based conservation projects, here and abroad.
020 7620 4444
Christian Aid is the official relief and development agency of 41 Christian churches in the UK and Ireland. It works to support sustainable development, eradicate poverty, and provide disaster relief around the world.
In 1955 Brother Andrew, started smuggling Bibles to persecuted Christians. There is now a global training programme for persecuted pastors, plus relief aid, livelihood support and community development projects for the many persecuted Christians all across the world.
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices
This children’s hospice charity cares for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions and their families across London and Surrey, including Hillingdon. They support families from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional and medical care.
Our community link, led by St Giles’ and the URC with Christians in Kamwezi, Uganda. For 15 years now we have worked closely together providing sponsorship of children, support for the local schools, emergency funding for serious medical needs, a youth training programme.
Mothers Union International
An international Anglican Christian membership movement supporting families and communities in the UK and worldwide since 1876.
Members are active in 84 countries serving communities whilst offering Christian care for families, regardless of faith or background.
For over 200 years, the Bible Society has been working to bring the Bible to life. In some parts of the world, the Scriptures are not available.
The Bible Society works to translate the Bible and distribute it, believing this changes lives – for good.
Child and Adolescent Bereavement Service
0208 759 0453
CABS is part of Harlington Hospice. It supports children and young people aged between 4 – 17 years old, through art therapy, helping and supporting them through their sad losses.
Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT)
020 7613 5677
Founded by Christians in 1965 to help homeless and alcoholic men, today’s mission is ‘to enable people with complex drug and alcohol addictions to achieve lasting recovery and a more fulfilling life’. SCT runs a residential recovery programme and a drop-in centre. They have a supported housing programme, helping people transition into long-term accommodation.