In partnership with Cafod, St Joseph’s parish elected to support the people of a village called Kainmari in Southern Bangladesh.
The village has a community of 250 families all of whom are living with the risk of an increasing number of natural disasters such as cyclones and floods.
Inspire Younger Generations
Could you help to inspire and empower children and young people in our Catholic Schools and Parishes to bring alive their sense of global justice? Supported by CAFOD with training and resources you will relish the time you spend discussing issues of global justice with children and young people. You will add to parish and school life, complementing the work of teachers, priests and catechists. For more information contact your local CAFOD Volunteer Centre: cafod.org.uk/Volunteer/CAFOD-in-your-area/Nottingham
January giving amounted to £318.86 (of which £123 was gift-aided)
February giving amounted to £209.92 (of which £96.00 was gift-aided)
Family Fast Day: £636.42.
March giving amounted to £295.28 (£130 was gift-aided).
April giving was £497.05 (of which £237 was gift-aided).
June giving was £296.36 (of which £180.00 was gift-aided).
September giving amounted to £410.20 of which £186 was gift-aided
November was £313.74 (of which £190.60 was gift-aided).
December giving was 2018 was £359.13 (£157 gift-aided).
The total giving in 2018 was £3,951.05 (of which £1,925.10 was gift-aided). Sincere thanks for your very great kindness.
CAFOD & Harvest Fast Day
arranged by St Joseph’s Church Friday Group. September giving amounted to £410.20 of which £186 was gift-aided