Trust and Foundation Partners
Currently Church Army is supported by nearly 100 Trusts and Foundations, many of which we have enjoyed long term partnerships. Those mentioned below give a flavour of the diverse range of support we enjoy.
The Jerusalem Trust has generously supported a number of strategic Church Army projects over the last 30 years. They are currently supporting Church Army Centres of Mission, through the work of our National Operations Manager, as we work with an increasing number of churches and dioceses across the British Isles and Ireland, to help develop mission and structure more relevant for their local context. They also support the core work of The Amber Project in Cardiff, working with young people aged 14-25, who have experience of self-harm.
The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation has generously supported the work of our Centre of Mission for vulnerable women in the North of England, over the last four years.
John James Charitable Trust – ‘have generously supported the work of Church Army for the last 20 years. For the last 6 years they have supported work with children and young people: through the work of Graham Nunn in schools across Kent; and the work of Nick Russell in disadvantaged communities in Greenwich.’
The Maurice and Hilda Laing Charitable Trust are generously giving support to the work of North Belfast CoM in the Greater Shankill area, to serve people in fragmented communities, to build hope for the future and help form new worshipping communities.