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Aid to the Church in Need (Australia) Anglican Youthworks


www.youthworks.net


Bush Church Aid Society of Australia, The Campion Foundation


www.campion.edu.au


Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney Genesis Charitable Foundation Jericho Road


www.jerichoroad.org.au Krail Heritage Foundation


Sydney Missionary & Bible College (SMBC) www.smbc.com.au/donate


Wesley Mission Brisbane


RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS GROUPS PO Box 7246 Baulkham Hills BC NSW 2153


L7 37 York St Sydney NSW 2000 PO Box 3052 Toongabbie East NSW 2146


Phillip Collignon National Director 02 9679 1929


PO Box A287 Sydney South NSW 1235 Janet Simpson Director, Communications & Donor Relations 02 8268 3326 * Youthworks orients young people for life in Christ, through camps, SRE, training and publications.


Robyn Williams Administration Manager 02 9262 5017 Michael Mendieta Director of Development 1300 792 747 *


Campion College Australia offers a unique education in faith and reason - ‘Educating for Eternity’. L7 133 Liverpool St Sydney NSW 2000 PO Box N316 Grosvenor Place NSW 1220 PO Box 2196 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012


PO Box 604 Spring Hill QLD 4004 43 Badminton Rd Croydon NSW 2132


Anthony Costa Donor Relations Manager 1800 753 959 * David Smith Chairman 02 9969 0975 *


Elizabeth McClean Chief Executive Officer 02 9690 9324 *


Jewish National Fund of Australia Inc L14 Westfield Twr 2 cnr. Grafton & Grosvenor Sts Bondi Junct. NSW 2022 Hilary May Black Director of Planned Giving02 9386 9559 * www.jnf.org.au


Jericho Road is a great story of working together to show that like the Samaritan we can love the most vulnerable. JNF Australia’s mission is to conserve and develop land held by KKL/JNF in Israel on behalf of the Jewish people of the world


Laurel Ferris Company Secretary 07 3379 6941 * Greg Swanton General Manager 02 9747 4780 *


SMBC, (centenary year 2016), is thankful for generous supporters partnering with us for gospel work at home and overseas. 930 Gympie Rd Chermside QLD 4690 Mitchell Witherington Fundraising & Philanthropy Manager 1800 4 937 539 *


Aid to the Church in Need (Australia)


PO Box 7246 Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 Ph/Fax: 02 9679 1929 E-mail: info@aidtochurch.org Web: www.aidtochurch.org ABN: 62 418 911 594


An international Catholic Charity dependent on the Holy See, providing pastoral relief to needy and oppressed churches.


In 1947 Fr Werenfried van Straaten (the Bacon Priest) founded Aid to the Church in Need. Today it has 600,000 benefactors in 19 countries. The organisation approves over 5,000 requests for aid annually from Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and the Third World. It has been granted the status of a foun- dation of pontifical right by the Holy See.


Aid to the Church in Need’s project priorities are: • Training of seminarians • Training of catechists • Charitable help for refugees • Translation, printing and dispatch of religious literature • Publication of the Child's Bible • Building of Churches • Religious radio programmes for the former Soviet Union and Third World countries • Purchase of vehicles • Basic support for priests and religious • Assisting priests in need overseas with Mass offerings


A Gift in Your Will


for our charitable and pastoral works will benefi t thousands of people.


Thank you


CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNE Y


CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE


OF SYDNE Y CHARITABLE WORKS FUND 1800 753 959 bequests@sydneycatholic.org CWF/SEP15


CONSIDERING A BEQUEST? A GIFT TO JNF CREATES AN ENDURING LEGACY, HELPING TO GROW FUTURE GENERATIONS OF ISRAEL.


Bequest gifts to JNF fund vital projects in water conservation, forestry, community development, education and scientific research.


For a confidential discussion please contact Hilary May Black, Director of Planned Giving on 1300 563 563.


www.jnf.org.au 70 © 2016 Pro Bono Australia Eliav, Northern Negev


Fr Werenfried van Straaten with Pope John Paul II


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