Anglican Catholic Church

Bishop Launches Appeal For The Philippines

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Please give generously to the Appeals for the Philippines and keep that country and others in the region in your prayers

Please give generously to the Appeals for the Philippines and keep that country and others in the region in your prayers


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Many thousands are reported to have died, many millions affected in other ways

Many thousands are reported to have died, many millions affected in other ways


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The Philippines have been devastated

The Philippines have been devastated


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Many Churches have been destroyed (together with many other structures) those that are left, like this Church, have become shelters.

Many Churches have been destroyed (together with many other structures) those that are left, like this Church, have become shelters.


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The Right Revd Rene Canillo, ACC Bishop of the Philippines

The Right Revd Rene Canillo, ACC Bishop of the Philippines


The utter devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan on the 7000 islands that make up the Philippines. With an estimate of 10000 plus people dead and many millions effected by the disaster.

The Right Revd Damien Mead has launched an appeal in the Diocese of the United Kingdom to raise funds to assist the Right Revd Rene Canillo, Bishop Ordinary of the Anglican Catholic Church's Missionary District of the Philippines, assist those who are in most desperate need.

Contributions can be made by Cheque to:

The Revd Dr Jonathan Munn
Diocesan Treasurer
ACC Diocesan Office
St Nicholas House
42-48 High Street
Lydd
Kent TN29 9AN
United Kingdom

(Please write on the back of the cheque 'Typhoon Relief')

Or online via paypal by clicking on the link below.

In both cases, if you are a UK Taxpayer, please consider downloading and signing the declaration available below and sending this to Dr Munn with your donation to make your money go further.

Gift Aid Declaration

If you would rather not make a donation to an ACC specific project then please consider making a donation via Christian Aid, the Red Cross or one of the many other agencies responding to the disaster.

Thank you.