When we talk to people about what we do we are often told that ADRA is the ‘best kept secret’ . ADRA is making a significant impact in the poor communities it helps, and we believe that this is worth talking about!
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Here at ADRA-UK we try to get three newsletters called ‘Impact News’ released every year. While we do a limited print-run we are moving more and more towards releasing the newsletter as digital content. We do keep a copy of the last three issues available here online.
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2020 ADRA Virtual Gift Box Appeal launched
Following on from our overseas success with the digital virtual gift box in previous years, we are inviting you THIS year to support our work in the UK.
Emergency Appeal for Beirut
Help ADRA respond in Beirut after the devastating explosion. Your donations can make a difference today.
Bert Smit from ADRA-UK appears in Leaders Council podcast alongside Lord Blunkett
Host Scott Challinor explores the question of leadership with a range of guests including Lord Blunkett, chairman of The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
ADRA-UK and the TED partner to tackle the fallout of COVID-19
73 urban community hubs, three small urban charities, eight civil society organisations and a faith-based organisation, led by ADRA-UK, through its ‘I am Urban’ initiative are working together to provide a multi-agency approach to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable groups.
The raven and the dove – A serious reflection on life as lockdown eases
The flood waters of the pandemic have raged for the past three months. Many lives have been lost; hundreds of thousands of people have been in infected in this country, and millions worldwide. As we emerge from lockdown, what lessons have we learned?
Clapton Community Hub supports frontline workers during COVID-19 outbreak
Clapton Community hub supports the local community by producing visors and hand cream for frontline workers as well as supplies for low income families and pregnant mothers.
Stay, spray, play, pray
While you stay, spray, play and pray, ask the Father to create in you a heart of justice, compassion and love for the needy, so that all may live as God intended.
Lockdown, but . . . not out!
Although lockdown means we should stay at home, we should also ensure that our presence is out ministering to others through connecting, volunteering or donations.