The most recent appeals sent out from Barnabas Fund
Christmas Appeal 2013Project(s): 00-636 Country/Region: South and East Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Egypt, Myanmar, Burma, Holy Land, Iraq, Zimbabwe, Syria, Bangladesh, Lebanon
Hunger has become the norm for Christian families in parts of Syria. Almost three years of violent conflict have reduced many believers to extreme poverty. Targeted anti-Christian attacks have forced thousands of families to flee their homes, leaving them jobless and destitute. In Aleppo, 400,000 Christians have been trapped in an area besieged by the rebels, with desperate food shortages and soaring prices, little protein and no fresh food for months. For vulnerable and impoverished Christians, many of whom now have no work, feeding their families has become impossible.
Poor Christian communities hit by Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines
Barnabas Fund is working through churches and Christian organisations in the Philippines to help people whose lives have been ravaged by Typhoon Haiyan.
Barnabas provides trauma counselling to help distressed Syrian Christians
Barnabas Fund is helping Syrian Christians who have suffered acute distress in atrocities such as the massacre in Saddad and Haffar to overcome their ordeal...
Disadvantaged and impoverished: Help feed Bangladeshi Christian families
For just £18 a month (€21; US$29; AUS$30; NZ$35), you could stop a Bangladeshi Christian family like Chittaranjan’s from going to bed hungry. Barnabas is supporting 113 families who are suffering...