© 2021 Our Lady Star of the Sea, East Preston
Our Lady Star of the Sea
H Climate Change Petition: This year, the UK will host the largest gathering of world leaders ever to take place on British soil: the ‘COP26’ climate talks in Glasgow in November. As Prime Minister Boris Johnson must push world leaders to show the ambition we need to keep temperature risies below the disastrous 1.5-degree threshold. This means that all countries must play their part. With the eyes of the world on the UK, we must urge the Prime Misister to make sure communities hardest hit by the climate emergency are listened to at COP26. Please sign our petition at //cafod.org.uk/reclaim For those without internet access, petition cards can be ordered from the Cafod shop: 0300 011 5680. Thank you.CCC  We have global reach We are part of one of the largest aid networks in the world. Because of our global reach and local presence, together we have the potential to reach everyone. Our local experts help some of the most difficult-to-reach people in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Whether it’s a single mother living in a remote area, a teenage boy living in a war zone, or a disabled father and daughter who are discriminated against, we help anyone regardless of faith, gender and ethnicity. Through a local priest, a midwife or a water engineer – our global reach is present in the lived experience of local communities. These skilled women and men understand what people need because they are part of the communities they work in. Their commitment, passion and knowledge reach people other organisations can’t. We have the potential to reach so many people because we are a member of a global Church network with a presence in 165 countries. The local Church is trusted even in the most dangerous countries, regions and communities regardless of religion. This means that your support will help those who are truly in need.  We are Catholic We are the official aid agency for the Catholic Church in England and Wales. With your help, we reach out to people living in hard-to-reach places, in war zones and those who are discriminated against. We believe that if one of us is hurt, hungry or abandoned, we all are hurt, hungry and abandoned. No one should be beyond the love and support they need to live a dignified life.  We help people thrive No one wants to live on handouts. That’s why our experts provide long-term aid to equip people with the skills, tools and opportunities to live with dignity, support their families and give back to their communities.  We face tough challenges Poverty. Conflict. Climate Change. Inequality. Right now there is a child going hungry, a grandmother who is thirsty and a family without a home.  It doesn’t have to be this way. Together with your support, and the expertise of our local aid workers, we reach out to those that are excluded and give them the help they need.  We are there in a crisis We support teams of experts who can act fast, providing food, water and shelter for people who have lost everything. And we’re there in the months and years that follow too, listening and helping people rebuild their lives and prepare for whatever the future holds  We are trusted The amount of money we receive and exactly how we spend it changes each year. But one thing stays the same – our commitment to spending it wisely.   We are inspired by ordinary people Elspeth Orchard is just one of the extraordinary Catholic women who helped organise the first Fast Day in 1960 that raised over £6,000. Two years later, CAFOD was born.  How to get involved Join us today and help us to ensure no one is beyond reach of the love and care they need. Give today to help us reach people who are still in need of help. Act by making your voice heard through our campaigns  Pray for our brothers and sisters living in poverty   Our supporter promise •	You are partners in CAFOD’s work and we will always respond to you with respect, integrity and warmth. •	In every interaction we will ensure you are listened to, understood and valued. •	We will offer you different ways to put your faith into action. •	We will offer you information about our work so that you see how your contribution is making a difference. •	We welcome all feedback and will respond to all supporter enquiries promptly. •	We are committed to protecting your personal information and fully comply with the Data Protection Act 1998. We don’t share your information with external organisations for their marketing purposes.  •	We promise high standards of fundraising and not to intrude or offend. We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator, ensuring that our complaints procedure meets the benchmark set for charities.
© 2021 Our Lady Star of the Sea, East Preston
Our Lady Star of the Sea
H Climate Change Petition: This year, the UK will host the largest gathering of world leaders ever to take place on British soil: the ‘COP26’ climate talks in Glasgow in November. As Prime Minister Boris Johnson must push world leaders to show the ambition we need to keep temperature risies below the disastrous 1.5-degree threshold. This means that all countries must play their part. With the eyes of the world on the UK, we must urge the Prime Misister to make sure communities hardest hit by the climate emergency are listened to at COP26. Please sign our petition at //cafod.org.uk/reclaim For those without internet access, petition cards can be ordered from the Cafod shop: 0300 011 5680. Thank you.CCC We have global reach We are part of one of the largest aid networks in the world. Because of our global reach and local presence, together we have the potential to reach everyone. Our local experts help some of the most difficult-to- reach people in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Whether it’s a single mother living in a remote area, a teenage boy living in a war zone, or a disabled father and daughter who are discriminated against, we help anyone regardless of faith, gender and ethnicity. Through a local priest, a midwife or a water engineer our global reach is present in the lived experience of local communities. These skilled women and men understand what people need because they are part of the communities they work in. Their commitment, passion and knowledge reach people other organisations can’t. We have the potential to reach so many people because we are a member of a global Church network with a presence in 165 countries. The local Church is trusted even in the most dangerous countries, regions and communities regardless of religion. This means that your support will help those who are truly in need. We are Catholic We are the official aid agency for the Catholic Church in England and Wales. With your help, we reach out to people living in hard-to-reach places, in war zones and those who are discriminated against. We believe that if one of us is hurt, hungry or abandoned, we all are hurt, hungry and abandoned. No one should be beyond the love and support they need to live a dignified life. We help people thrive No one wants to live on handouts. That’s why our experts provide long-term aid to equip people with the skills, tools and opportunities to live with dignity, support their families and give back to their communities. We face tough challenges Poverty. Conflict. Climate Change. Inequality. Right now there is a child going hungry, a grandmother who is thirsty and a family without a home. It doesn’t have to be this way. Together with your support, and the expertise of our local aid workers, we reach out to those that are excluded and give them the help they need. We are there in a crisis We support teams of experts who can act fast, providing food, water and shelter for people who have lost everything. And we’re there in the months and years that follow too, listening and helping people rebuild their lives and prepare for whatever the future holds We are trusted The amount of money we receive and exactly how we spend it changes each year. But one thing stays the same – our commitment to spending it wisely. We are inspired by ordinary people Elspeth Orchard is just one of the extraordinary Catholic women who helped organise the first Fast Day in 1960 that raised over £6,000. Two years later, CAFOD was born. How to get involved Join us today and help us to ensure no one is beyond reach of the love and care they need. Give today to help us reach people who are still in need of help. Act by making your voice heard through our campaigns Pray for our brothers and sisters living in poverty Our supporter promise You are partners in CAFOD’s work and we will always respond to you with respect, integrity and warmth. In every interaction we will ensure you are listened to, understood and valued. We will offer you different ways to put your faith into action. We will offer you information about our work so that you see how your contribution is making a difference. We welcome all feedback and will respond to all supporter enquiries promptly. We are committed to protecting your personal information and fully comply with the Data Protection Act 1998. We don’t share your information with external organisations for their marketing purposes. We promise high standards of fundraising and not to intrude or offend. We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator, ensuring that our complaints procedure meets the benchmark set for charities.