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World Day of Social Justice

February 20 is World Day of Social Justice – a day marked by the United Nations to celebrate developments in social justice, and plan for the journey that must still be taken to achieve a just, fair, and equitable society for all. The United Nations recognises that ‘social development and social justice are indispensable for […]

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Unleashing the potential of the Church

The call to social justice – to ‘defend the oppressed, take up the cause of the fatherless, and plead the case of the widow’ (Isaiah 1.17) – lies at the core of the church’s mission. Across the globe, churches have unique strengths that enable them to make an important contribution to seeing ‘every person’s potential fulfilled’. […]

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How will you be journeying through Lent this year?

You can be a part of the change that is happening – for families and communities around the world, and in your own journey with God. You can download your copy of a daily devotional for Lent 2021 below, or order a physical copy, for you to use at home, in small groups or with […]

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An update from Haiti

Across the globe, All We Can, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have been walking alongside the most vulnerable as they seek to combat the effects of coronavirus. As we approach the end of a difficult year, the Methodist family remains committed to providing essential support for the most marginalised communities. In July, we […]

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A house destroyed during Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian: One Year On

One year ago, on 1 September 2019, Hurricane Dorian reached peak intensity over the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas – causing mass devastation, loss of life, and destroying homes and businesses across the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama. It was the most intense tropical cyclone on record to ever strike the Bahamas, left 70 dead […]

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Women tend to crops in climate-affected parts of rural Malawi.

Meet the COP26 Campaign Workers!

Climate change poses enormous challenges to people across the globe – and often, vulnerable and marginalised communities, like those that All We Can serves, bear the brunt of this impact. We must act now to help coming generations enjoy a future where every person’s potential can be fulfilled. All We Can is working with the […]

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A woman shelters under an umbrella in Ethiopia.

Notification of Security Incident

All We Can cares deeply about the safety and security of all its supporters. We were recently notified by Blackbaud, one of our third-party software providers, of a security incident which has affected data stored by All We Can, and a number of other charities across the US and UK who use Blackbaud’s services. Blackbaud […]

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Change begins with a bicycle in Uganda

Do you have any treasured memories, featuring a bicycle? Perhaps you enjoyed helping your child to take their first, wobbly bike ride with the stabilisers off. Perhaps you love the thrill of watching bicycles whizz round the velodrome when catching the Olympics on TV. Or perhaps you’re a keen cyclist yourself, and know with great […]

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Revd Dr Jongi Zihle

Revd Dr Jongi Zihle appointed as All We Can’s newest trustee

All We Can is delighted to announce that Revd Dr Jongi Zihle has been appointed as the charity’s newest trustee, serving on the Programmes and Partnerships Committee. Jongi is the official representative of the Methodist Council on the All We Can Board. Jongi currently serves as Chair of the London District of the Methodist Church, […]

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Combatting coronavirus in Haiti

Across the globe, we have seen the incredible courage and bravery of medical professionals, as they have stood on the frontline of work to halt the spread of coronavirus. All We Can, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have been helping support the work of Eglise Methodiste d’ Haiti (the Methodist Church in Haiti) […]

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