Worth Abbey Outreach Peru - What YOU can do
Outreach Peru works to nurture the faith and hope of people
who are striving for a better life. We need your support to help us
create happier communities and people.
Make a donation
Any gift that you choose will make a real difference to someone’s life.
The whole amount you donate goes to the project you choose to support.
All expenses are met from existing resources.
Cheques are payable to "Worth Abbey Outreach Peru",
or by bank transfer to "Worth Abbey Outreach Peru" at:
HSBC, Sort Code 40-18-22, Account No 22126524
quoting the reference of "Your name"
Support a child in a Fe y Alegria school for one month £16
Fe y Alegria del Peru places schools in the poorest areas and provides
a quality education.
Train a rural Community Leader £108
Poor and isolated rural communities in particular
are in need of well-formed leaders.Donate
Sponsor a child's place in school for one year £195
A child's route out of poverty is often education. Ensuring that
children are at school and not looking after siblings or working in the
field is vital to secure them a future.
Yes! I will gift single amount or Standing Order with my credit card online. Donate
Yes! I will gift with my credit card by telephone 01342 710 328
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Organise an event for Outreach Peru
The Copthorne Consort performed "A Choral Showcase" of music from Mendelssohn, Rachmaninov and Vaughan Williams among others.
Sophia Vaughan, soprano and the Director of the Copthorne Consort, with International organist D ’Arcy Trinkwon and organist Liam Bauress produced a very enjoyable concert on a lovely summer’s evening. We had such an entertaining variety of choral music and of organ music, in particular displaying D Arcy’'s virtuosity. There were old favourites and interesting variations of other well-known tunes.
Undertake a sponsored event
Outreach Peru needs more people like Nicholas Burridge, Nicholas Connolly, Sue Garner and Clare and Ian Crossman.
Clare and Ian Crossman held an Open House event for Peru in Hove.
Nicholas Burridge (and Nicholas Connolly) had walked to the tomb of Saint James the Apostle, along the various Roads to Santiago, starting from Seville and from the French border.
Sue Garner ran the London Marathon.
Can you or someone you know sponsor an event for some of the poor people in Peru through Outreach Peru? We can host a webpage(s), and provide necessary administration support.
Internet Surfing and Shopping
- Visit http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/waop
- Register as a user (this needs to happen only once and is completely free)
- The charity you are supporting is ‘Worth Abbey Outreach Peru’
Easyfundraising lists over 500 stores including Amazon, NEXT, Debenhams, John Lewis, Toys R Us, and HMV. Shopping through the easyfundraising website, at no extra cost to you, Outreach Peru will receive a donation of up to 15% on each purchase. You pay not one penny more. If you shop online, why not raise valuable extra funds for Outreach Peru?
Easysearch is completely free to use and combines the strengths of Yahoo!, MSN Live Search, and Ask.com among others, making one ‘easy’ search. On just 10 searches a day, you can raise £20-£25 a year for Outreach Peru.
A gift in your will
can substantially increase the capacity of Outreach Peru to extend the work it is already doing. Such gifts provide stability for project funding, whether these be ongoing running expenses or capital building projects.
The very nature of projects in Peru make it difficult to predict which will develop in the next few years.
The half century commitment of Worth Benedictines to Peru makes it easier to predict your funds will be used wisely and positively, even in decades to come.