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Our Values: Respect

Respect, everyone wants it. Some people earn it. Others deserve respect, but don’t have it. Some expect respect, but haven’t earnt it. But, it is valued and means something to us all. As Aretha Franklin put it, the key, is to “find out what it means to me!” I’ll tell you what it means to […]

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Vlog – Thoughts on climate change

Graeme Hodge, All We Can’s CEO, shares his thoughts on climate change. To find out more about the impact of climate change in Ethiopia, and to do all you can to support communities living with the consequences of an increasingly fragile environment, order our new Harvest resources.

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Response to Penny Mordaunt – UK Aid

We are deeply concerned by Penny Mordaunt’s recent comments that suggest private sector investments should replace, rather than supplement, public aid for international development. While there is certainly a place for private investment this should never be at the cost of the commitments made to 0.7% of GNI, nor should it compromise the quality of […]

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Taking stewardship seriously

Since 1938, All We Can has worked at the forefront of relief and development in situations of great need around the world. Inspired by Christian principles, and an integral part of the Methodist family, All We Can takes the special nature of this work and the stewardship of its funds very seriously. Stewardship of our […]

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“As Regina spoke, tears rolled down my face uncontrollably” – Graeme Hodge, All We Can’s Deputy CEO, describes the emotional day he met Regina in Cameroon.

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All We Can welcomes its new Deputy Chief Executive

Graeme Hodge joins All We Can. Passionate about ending extreme poverty, he believes we all have a role to play.

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