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Get your ‘All We Can At Home’ resources

Have you been plunged into the world of home schooling? Get your exciting new family pack while at home during Coronavirus. As we hold together through these unprecedented times, we wanted to provide you with some practical, family friendly activities alongside our daily 1.17 content.

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New devotional for you during this time

A new devotional created by All We Can to help those feeling anxious or desiring to focus on God during troubled times.

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New Lent Resources Now Available

Radically Changing the Story is a booklet offering 40-days of activities for individuals or a 6-week focus for groups.

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Add Impact to Your Inbox In 2020!

As 2020 begins, why not sign up to All We Can’s exciting email series throughout the year. Inspiring real-life stories straight to your inbox! Learn how you can get involved to challenge global injustice and poverty. You’ll receive future updates about: Stories of people’s lives transformed. Free resources for your church, group or youth club. […]

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President and Vice-President Extraordinary Gifts

So what’s the Christmas story? This Christmas, the President and Vice-President of Methodist Conference have chosen to support our Extraordinary Gifts campaign. Find out more here.

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Make your Christmas extraordinary this year!

Are you tired of buying gifts you won’t miss? This Christmas, be different.  

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Everything you want to know about super spuds

All We Can is so excited and enthused by all the questions we have received from supporters wanting to know more about the Ethiopian potatoes featured in our Harvest Appeal. We understand not all of our supporters are potato experts so, our Director of Programmes Angela Zamaere-Smith, answers some commonly asked questions to give you […]

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Bahamas Hurricane Appeal: ‘Unimaginable Suffering’

All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain are calling for support for this urgent appeal.

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A star in Uganda: Water for all

As a professional in the international development sector, I have the immense privilege of telling some inspiring stories of human resilience and potential across the world. Recently, I travelled to Uganda to see how clean water is transforming the lives of individuals, families and communities in need. There I met Esther, a determined 14-year-old girl, […]

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