Our office is on Singleton Road, situated between Bury Old Road and Bury New Road.
This Lent we are focussing on water or rather the lack of it! Abdella lives in Afar, Ethiopia, one of the hottest regions on Earth and he spends 10 hours every day collecting water for his family. Can you help us support those like Abdella who don’t have nearby access to safe, clean water? Come and find out how at one of our Lent online briefings.
We have meetings to suit everyone, with different days and times available. Find out how to get involved with CAFOD’s exciting ‘Walk for Water’ fundraising challenge, there are different ways to take part and you can do so in a manner in which you feel most safe. We will also explore the resources for CAFOD’s Lent Appeal and tell you more about Abdella’s story. See below for CAFOD in Salford’s meetings:
|Monday 25th January||2.00 p.m.|
|Tuesday 26th January||11.00 a.m.|
|Wednesday 27th January||7.30 p.m.|
|Monday 1st February||2.00 p.m.|
|Tuesday 2nd February||11.00 a.m.|
|Wednesday 3rd February||7.30 p.m.|
Just choose the best day and time for you and email the CAFOD in Salford team to book your place, you will then receive the appropraite Zoom link for your meeting of choice:
Steve or Simon, the Community Participation Coordinators for CAFOD in the Salford Diocese, may even be able to arrange a different day or time from those offered to meet up online. So please get in touch with them on the email adresses above.
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Every human being should have access to clean and safe water, but unfortunately this isn’t reality for many people overseas.
If you’d like to learn how you can make a difference to those who have no access to clean water, then join in on our exclusive conversation with Lucy Jardine, Programme Officer for Peru. Hear about the impact that mining is having on the access to clean water in indigenous communities and how local communities are responding with positive signs of hope to the water crisis.
Join us on Thursday 14 January, 11am-12pm