Disasters Emergency Committee Appeal
When the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), which represents 14 leading aid agencies, announces an emergency appeal, Trinity's policy is to hold a retiring collection for two Sundays - enabling us to show we care.
While the world's richest nations have struggled amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the virus poses an even deadlier threat to the most vulnerable communities.
Covid-19 is beginning to spread in refugee and internal displacement camps where people who have been forced from their homes after years of war or instability face another - unseen - enemy.
There are 24 million internally displaced people living in fragile states, such as Yemen, Syria, Somalia, Afghanistan and South Sudan, as well as an additional 850,000 Rohingya people living in the world’s biggest refugee camp in Bangladesh.
In a bid to help those families who have lost everything the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has launched a UK-wide fundraising appeal. For more information see the Disasters Emergency Committee website...
If you would like to support this appeal then you can:-
Make a bank transfer to Trinity Church - Sort code 15-20-25 Account number 10099261 - with "DEC appeal" as the reference; or
Use the Donate button to the right and pay with a debit or credit card or PayPal. Select "Use this donation for DEC Appeal"; or
by cheque made out to Trinity Church and sent to the Church Treasurer, Malcolm Booth, 37 Sherwood Park Road, Sutton, SM1 2SG referencing DEC Appeal. Thank you in advance on behalf of Christian Aid and the DEC.
If you have not already signed a Gift Aid form with Trinity and would like to do so then please contact us.