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MEDAIR

Medair is an impartial, independent, and neutral humanitarian organisation inspired by Christian faith to save lives and relieve human suffering in the world’s most difficult-to-reach and devastated places. 

Since 1989, they've been helping people in crisis –regardless of race, creed or nationality –That the world’s most vulnerable and difficult-to-reach people living in dignity, free from human suffering, and with hope for a better future.

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LITTLE ANGELS 

Little Angels Trust Children’s Charity is an independent Charitable Organisation with a very deep passion for helping children with life-threatening illnesses like cancer here in the United Kingdom and in developing countries like Ghana, West Africa.

Little Angels Trust works primarily by raising funds to support families to pay for cancer treatments. Over the years we have built a strong relationship with the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and have supported patients and their families pay for treatments.

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CESO

CESO is an outreach organisation using community development to further our aims and objectives.

We invest in communities to enable them to meet their potential.  Our experience of working with communities and community based organisations have equipped us with invaluable tools to strengthen communities.

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NEPAL
 

St Mark’s has a partnership with Bagdol church in Kathmandu, Nepal, based in the south-east of this bustling city of 4 million people. In early 2020, at the start of the global pandemic, we helped to build their new worship building for Saturday services, when Nepali Christians meet together to share fellowship. Since then, we have been in touch with the pastor of the church - Gobindra Khakha - and have helped provide furnishings and decor for the church as well.To aid in worship, we have been able to fundraise and provide speakers, a sound-desk, amplifiers for the guitars, chairs, and the final touches for the interior of the church ! Last year, in May 2021, one church member - Samuel Johns - cycled 220km (140 miles) from London to Brighton and back to London again, in aid of Bagdol Church in Kathmandu. Together as a church we raised over £1000 to support Nepal !

 

Below you will see a picture of the pastor - Gobindra - with his family, in their home beside the church. Here is a short video of the new church building. If you would like to support our partnership with them please get in touch or send a gift directly to St Mark’s church !

 

https://youtu.be/yr-pKve245c