Special Collections

Quakers individually support a huge range of charities and are involved with many social issues. However as a local meeting we collectively decide on an annual basis a number of ‘special collections’ where we raise funds for causes that are close to our hearts.

Each month in the Meeting House someone will speak about the work of one of these charities and encourage you to give generously to it. However, you don’t necessarily need to wait to engage with one of these causes, we encourage to find out about the work they do and give at any time:

Africa Great Lakes Initiative

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The Catholic Worker Farm

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The Quaker Council for European Affairs

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Quaker Social Action

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Christian Aid

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Young Friends General Meeting

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The Connection St. Martin in the Fields

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Anti-Slavery International

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Campaign Against the Arms Trade

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Woodbrooke Study Centre

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Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel

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(When you donate through the World Council of Churches you can state that you would like your donation to be allocated to the EAPPI)

Direct Support

Our local meeting also gives donations directly to:

Bail for Immigration Detainees
Connection at St Martins
Quaker Bolivia Link
Quaker Concern Against Torture
Friends World Committee for Consultation
Quaker Quest
Quaker Social Action
Citizens UK
Westminster Foodbank
Young Friends General Meeting
Woodbrooke