Getting People Involved
There are several ways to become involved with the work, both in the UK and in Malawi.
Praying for the work and peopleEach month we produce a summary plus a detailed prayer sheet for personal or group use. This connects to our monthly Update Newsletter from Malawi and enables people to prayerfully support the work. For more details, please click here.
FinancialNaturally, no work like this can proceed without proper financial support. We raise money from:
a) Direct donations
b) Fundraising events run by supporters
Please click on the links above to obtain more information. With more and more people needing our help just to survive in Malawi, anything you can do will make a BIG difference – thank you.
Action VisitsThe work in Malawi has grown significantly since Julian and Caroline arrived in late 2001. Based in Lilongwe for the first seven years, many churches were established in the surrounding bush villages and the development of the Joseph Project ensured many children and old people survived the annual hunger season, particularly in the deep famine of 2002/3. In 2009 they moved to a base in Dedza to extend the work to more remote villages in the central belt and further East and South into Mosambique.
For those with time and resources to go to Malawi we offer the chance to go alone or in a group and experience and help in the work first hand. Without doubt, this will be a life-changing experience. The work is both tough and demanding and practical help on the ground has been regularly given by supporters making Action Visits to Malawi to work with the team utilising whatever skills and abilities they have to offer. Click to read a personal viewpoint from Rita Pleasance.
For more detailed information on Action Visits, click here.