As a parish we support the work of several charities throughout each year on a planned basis. We also respond to emergency needs as they arise with additional appeals for support.
The Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team patrol the area around Beachy Head on foot and by car and respond to those at risk and in suicidal distress.
In some parts of the world, the Scriptures are difficult to access or are simply unavailable. The Bible Society work here at home and in key areas across the world to change this.
The Vision of Cambodia Action is to see Cambodian’s transformed through the gospel of Jesus Christ, through both the means of proclamation and demonstration; with a focus on the poor and marginalized.
Caring and Sharing is a scheme which raises money by sacrificial giving. This is given to one or more of our 15 overseas projects which provide basic necessities for very poor people.
The Church Army have a vision for everyone everywhere to encounter God’s love, and be empowered to transform their communities through faith shared in words and action
The Church Mission Society works in 40 countries across the World. Their vision is to see all God’s people engaged in God’s mission, bringing challenge, change, hope and freedom to the world.
Family Support Work helps families in Sussex to overcome their difficulties and prevent crisis. They support families struggling with issues such as poverty, ill health, learning difficulties, bereavement, family break-up and domestic abuse.
Currently there are 155 Church of England schools in the Diocese of Chichester – 50 have voluntary aided status, 94 have voluntary controlled status and 11 are Academies. In total the diocese has contact with around 37,000 pupils and their families, a demographic that is often missing in our churches.
Lewes District Churches HOMELINK was set up in the late 1990s in response to rapidly increasing homelessness, to help people who are homeless, or threatened with homelessness, by organising a local interest-free rent deposit scheme.
Life And More Abundant Ministries was founded in 1983 by Lesley Keenan, as a Charity to spread the Good News of God’s love and the teachings of Jesus. This led Lesley to establish a children’s home in the Philippines for boys in crisis situations.
MAF believe nothing should stop people from receiving the love of God and the essentials of life – no matter how remote they are. Their vision, using aviation, is to see ‘isolated people physically and spiritually transformed in Christ’s name.’ We particularly support the work of Danny Gill.
Samara’s Aid provides medical and humanitarian aid, currently focused on Syria. They have sent 110 consignments (artic lorries to Iraq, and 40’ containers and ambulances shipped to Syria) carrying clothes, shoes, bedding, toiletries/hygiene items, essential medical equipment, ambulances and school equipment.
Waves Seaford works to support families across the town by providing help and assistance through our team of volunteers. We understand that many families feel vulnerable and isolated in the community and we want to work alongside those groups and support them.
Link to Hope’s aim is to combat poverty and give humanitarian aid and has special concern for the most disadvantaged. The poorest – especially people struggling to survive in poor villages that lack basic amenities.
We support Link to Hope with their annual Shoebox Appeal.
Christian Aid is a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide. we work with other Seaford churches throughout the year in supporting the work of Christian Aid.