Mark Ordination with a Donation
Will you make a donation to support All We Can’s work, to mark this year’s ordination services?
At All We Can, we are grateful for the kind suggestion from among this year’s Methodist ordinands, that whilst we are all disappointed we cannot all travel to be together in large numbers to mark this stage of their ministry, you might like to ‘donate your travel costs’ or make a contribution to help support our vital work helping communities take ‘the next steps’ out of poverty.
You can find more details of this year’s ordination, and links to the live-streams:
In Zimbabwe, agricultural training is enabling families to rebuild their lives, one step at a time. As, together, we celebrate this year’s Methodist ordinations, you could journey with them:
19 year-old Thandiwe lives with her grandparents and siblings in Nkayi – a dry, arid district in Zimbabwe. In a region prone to extreme weather events such as drought, growing enough food to eat can be difficult; and as the country grapples with the impact of Covid-19, the future poses many challenges.
Thankfully, All We Can’s local partner in Nkayi, HEFO, are helping families like Thandiwe’s take their next steps towards overcoming the devastating impacts of climate change and Covid-19. Through training in climate-smart farming practices and livestock production, people Thandiwe’s grandparents can establish a sustainable source of income, enabling them to provide for the whole family – and embrace their full potential.
Over the coming year, All We Can’s local partner HEFO will be supporting 462 livestock farmers like Thandiwe’s grandparents to take their next steps towards overcoming the challenges of Covid-19, climate change, and poverty. Will you be a part of that journey by making a gift today?