Charities we support

From our financial giving this year:

The Fawsett Trust
An ancient parish charity for the relief of the poor; in past centuries provided by the generosity of some members of the community. The Trust has investment income which is used to give some extra financial support to members of the parish.
Christians Against Poverty
CAP provides free debt help and local community groups across the UK. Our free services, run with local churches, provide practical and emotional support and show people that there is always hope.
TRAIDCRAFT
A charity set up to support farmers and businesses in the developing world and to promote their produce for sale here in the UK.
Find the latest newsletter, and a price list.
Arocha
(pronounced ah-ROSH-a, from the Portuguese 'from the rock')
A Rocha UK works with individuals and communities, encouraging them to think about their use of the environment and develop practical ways to care for people and the planet, locally and globally.
See our activities so far.
Street Kids Direct
Street Kids Direct works with children in Guatemala, Honduras and 'at risk' children in the U.K, who have been forced through poverty, physical and/or sexual abuse to live on the violent streets, where the average time of survival is 4 years.  100 percent of all donations go directly to the charity because there are no offices, salaried staff or overheads, just inspirational volunteers providing support, education, food and preparation for work to these children. 
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Saunderton Lodge

Emergency temporary accommodation for homeless families

Priority items

  • kitchen - pans, pots, bowls, whisks, knives, servers, tin openers, storage, cleaning materials.

  • men's clothing

  • children's clothing 

Donations need to be made in person - it’s a 30 minute drive to the Lodge, at

Saunderton Lodge

Wycombe Rd

Saunderton

High Wycombe

HP14 4JB

Phone: 01844 345436

Other Charities
In addition, the church actively supports a number of other charities at certain times of the year. The highly successful Lent Lunches give money to local charities and also to overseas Christian work; the Mission to Seafarers, Christian Aid and Children's Society are also beneficiaries.