World Day of Prayer


I know the plans I have for you

4 March 2022 - England, Wales & Northern Ireland

Under its Constitution, The National Committee of World Day of Prayer, England, Wales & N Ireland, is able to award a number of grants each year to Registered Christian Charities, to assist their projects throughout the world, especially in the writer-country of the year of request. For more information and to find out whether your Organisation is eligible for consideration, please contact the WDP Office, Commercial Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2RR. Email: office@wwdp.org.uk.

 

Grants Allocated in 2020

Completed forms must be received by 1st August each year. Applicants are notified later in the year of the outcome of their application.

Core Grants
The charities receiving the core grants spend the money as they wish.
28 Too Many £5,000
Development Grants
The money allocated to these charities is for specific projects.
Traidcraft Exchange for Hidden Homeworkers Project £5,000
Embrace the Middle East - for antenatal clinics in Gaza project £5,000
The Project Grants
Zimbabwe Victims’ Support Fund – food relief for starving families£5,000
CAFOD – nutritional support for mothers and children in Zimbabwe£2,500
Zimbabwe Educational Trust - education and training for young adults in conservation and climate-smart agriculture£2,500
Theological College of Zimbabwe – mental health training for pastors and lay people £5,000
Christian Blind Mission UK – educational support for teenage girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe £2,500
Bible Society Northern Ireland – ‘Empowering Mothers with Differently-Able Children’ project in Zimbabwe£5,000
Friends of Hlekweni – support for schools around Bulawayo including reusable face masks and sanitary pads £5,000
Global Care – support for a children’s home in Zimbabwe£4,350
Great Lakes Outreach – training in sewing skills for young women in Burundi £2,000
Quakers in Britain – ‘Turning the Tide’ programme in Kenya£2,000
The Educational Frontier Trust – free secondary education for marginalised and vulnerable children in Northern Kenya£2,000
Karibuni Children – support for children at risk in the largest slum in Nairobi £2,000
Feed The Minds – training for community groups to reduce prevalence of FGM in Nigeria £2,500
The Project Grants
Food for the Hungry - menstrual hygiene management and sexual health awareness programme in Rwanda £2,000
Anglican international Development – ‘Manna Microfinance’ programme in Juba, South Sudan£5,000
Frontiers – sustainable farming project in South Sudan£5,000
Send A Cow - sustainable farming project in Palabek Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda£5,000
Pioneers UK Ministries – sustainable goat-rearing project in Uganda£5,000
Africare Northern Ireland – treatment and continuing care for children with disabilities in Uganda£2,500
Hope For Justice – psychosocial support and vocational training for vulnerable teenage girls in Kampala, Uganda£5,000
Advantage Africa – helping children with albinism to resume their education providing radios and solar panels£3,000
Mission India - providing adult literacy lessons in the Thiruvananthapuram area, India£2,000
SIM UK – education for girls in the Allied Model School, Rahim yar Khan, Pakistan£2,000
Toybox – The Bridge Project working with street children in Nepal£3,000
Hope for Communities – working with refugee children in Kurdistan and Northern Iraq£3,000
Hope for Kids International - Oasis Centre, Guatemala£3,000
Toxteth Women's Centre – personal development opportunities for women from ethnic minorities in the Toxteth area£3,000
Prayer Spaces in Schools – prayer space resources UK£2,000
Christian Publishing & Outreach – church publicity Materials in Welsh£2,000
International Donations
WDP Zimbabwe£10,000
International Committee£17,884
European Fund£500
Albania Workshop£5,000
Other Donations
Welsh Committee – to assist with printing costs and Welsh speaking charities£7,500
RNIB£4,000
GRANTS ALLOCATED BY THE COMMITTEE FOR WELSH SPEAKING CHURCHES
Y Tyst (Union of Welsh Independents: weekly newspaper) £320
Seren Cymru (Baptist Union of Wales: weekly newspaper) £320
Y Gwyliedydd (The Methodist Church – Synod Cymru: bi-monthly publication) £400
CRISTION (Interdenominational publication) £400
Llyfrau Llafar Cymru (Wales Talking books) £800
CYTUN (Churches Together in Wales ) £240
Sunday School Council £400
Cyhoeddiadau’r Gair (publications) £400
Eglwys Unedig Jerusalem, Bethesda £269.45
Capel Bryngwenith £500
Capel Bryn Moriah, Brynhoffnant £500
Eglwys Annibynol Nanternis £425
Capel y Wig, Blaencelyn £500
Capel Pisgah, Talgarreg £500
Eglwys Dewi Sant, Caerdydd £75
Welsh Council for Churches, Cardiff £240
Capel Hope-Siloh, Pontarddulais £500
Union of Welsh Independants: Ceredigion Region £750
Union of Welsh Independants: Carmarthenshire East & Brecknock £675
Union of Welsh Independants: Carmarthenshire West £675
Colwyn Pastorate - Youth £800
Capel Bethania, Y Felinheli £640
Gofal Dydd a Helpu’n Gilydd, Capel y Waen, Llanelwy £100