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#Givethanks tops £2000

by Michael Ford last modified 06 Mar, 2021 02:05 AM

We are partnering with Christian Aid to help people give thanks for their Covid-19 vaccine and help others in crisis across the world, and donations have now exceeded the £2,000 mark.

The initiative was launched last month.

Bishop Nicholas said:

"I'm sure that anyone who has had the vaccine feels a deep sense of gratitude for the hope it brings, and it's all the more wonderful to be able to share some of that gratitude with our brothers and sisters in South Sudan."

Social Justice Manager Colin Brady says:

"Here in the Diocese of Salisbury, as more of our family, friends, and neighbours receive their vaccine, we are both joyful and relieved. But we are aware that many communities around the world are suffering and don't have access to vaccines. And many of them lack the basics they need to protect themselves like clean water for handwashing.

"As you or a family member is protected, please give to help protect those who don't have access to vaccines.

"This appeal was initiated by Diocese of Salisbury in support of Christian Aid's work. All donations will support Christian Aid's response to the coronavirus pandemic in affected communities in South Sudan."

You can donate here.

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