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Applying to the All Souls World Mission and Extra Parochial Funds

The All Souls World Mission Fund, together with the All Souls Extra Parochial Fund, make significant gifts to projects and organisations involved in a range of mission work worldwide each year. We are currently undertaking a strategic review of the world mission ministry at All Souls as we seek to discern our priorities for 2019-2024. This will impact our criteria for project giving and so please note that the information below will be updated by August 2019.

All Souls aims to support a spread of projects/organisations

  • That span across all areas of Mission (evangelism, discipleship, compassion, justice and creation care)
  • That allow different parts of the church to get involved
  • That help a mix of large, potentially more well-established organisations and smaller, grass roots organisations
  • That reach people across a number of geographies
  • And some that help to build unity across Christian groups and denominations

These criteria, together with a view of the relative level of need and opportunity for resources from other sources, will help is to prioritise specific projects/organisations.

Applications to the All Souls World Mission Fund can be made by projects/organisations that meet the following criteria:

  • A Christian organisation with whose theology and mission practice All Souls is comfortable
  • An association with All Souls through engaged involvement by All Souls members or staff
  • Organisations that take seriously working with the local church, where there is one
  • Organisations that demonstrate accountability
  • Organisations that can agree to keep in touch with All Souls to report on progress

If you would like to apply for a gift from the All Souls World Mission Fund on behalf of a project or organisation please send a proposal on one side of A4 to worldmission@allsouls.org by the end of August each year. All organisations will be reviewed on an annual basis. Unfortunately, due to the high numbers of applications we receive, we're not able to respond to unsuccessful applications.