80th Anniversary Appeal
Answering the call to do all you can
On 6 October 1938, the Methodist Recorder published a letter written by Revd Henry Carter calling on “Methodists whose hearts are moved by thanksgiving for peace” to support an appeal to aid non-Aryan refugees escaping Nazi persecution. This appeal letter marked the beginning of the Methodist movement that All We Can, the Methodist relief and development charity, evolved from.
Now, more than ever, is the time for Methodists to answer the call to tackle poverty and injustice and to continue moving together to do all they can.
Hermann, an Austrian, was a refugee at 14-years-old and started his UK life in a Lancashire children’s home.Read more
Shahed, age 11, left her home in Syria as a little girl. She has been living in Jordan for nearly six years as a refugee.Read more
Four generations of Toyaba’s family live in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.Read more
Working together in Cameroon
“I believe in the power of people as a community” – Francis Njuakom, CameroonLearn more