For every pound spent in 2020/21:
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Donations that are not designated for a specific project are extremely valuable as they enable us to respond wherever the need is greatest. We also welcome donations for specific countries or partners.
Committed to best practice
All We Can is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising and is committed to best practice in fundraising. We aim to adhere to the Code of Fundraising Practice, which is held by the Fundraising Regulator.
All We Can has recently changed our equity investment (money invested by All We Can to ensure that we are able to continue to support those we serve during times of financial uncertainty) to the Epworth Climate Stewardship Fund.
This fund helps to tackle the ongoing climate emergency by investing in companies that will help transition to a lower-carbon economy, and encourages those companies to take meaningful action to reduce the risk of climate change.
This fund has a low carbon footprint and does not invest in companies that extract or refine fossil fuels. This is just one of the many ways in which we are working to mitigate the impact of climate change on the people we serve in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Stewardship of resources
All We Can takes its responsibility to be a good steward of resources seriously. We are prudent and effective in how we spend our money to fulfil our mission - but also by protect our reserves. When investing, we're influenced by a need to steward our resources and uphold the values which stem from our Christian principles.
The mission and the ethical approach of the Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church (CFB) aligns with these intentions. The CFB seeks superior returns on the investments, while ensuring Christian ethical principles are upheld. The CFB’s approach of avoiding investments in particular businesses and encouraging better practice in others, enables us to hold investments which are consistent with its values. All We Can is an integral member of the Methodist family, and the CFB works in conjunction with the Methodist Church through the Joint Advisory Committee on the Ethics of Investment, which advises the CFB on ethical issues. This provides a unique and robust mechanism for testing ethical investment decisions against Christian theological principles. Discover more activities by the CFB.