Half of the world’s food supply comes from the hard work of small scale farmers all over the world. So much of the food on our plates comes from families and communities struggling to make a living with ever increasing … Continue reading →
CAFOD is working together with other agencies as a part of their new #fortheloveof campaign to celebrate the things we love and call on politicians to tackle climate change. Join us by taking action by making a short video… Continue reading →
I’m proud to present the launch of Step into the Gap video! I’ve had an amazing journey this year working with CAFOD on the Gap Year programme, and am excited to be able to share part of my story with you! Continue reading →
Last week we hosted our first ever All Wales Sixth Form Conference and welcomed over 70 students to spend the day unlocking their leadership potential. We had a great time working together in workshops to learn about CAFOD and how to inspire others! Olivia, a sixth former from St Albans RC High School in Pontypool, tells us about her experience of the day… Continue reading →
The World Cup is just around the corner, bringing with it the fun and excitement of the competition, but also highlighting some of the deep social justice issues of Brazil. We have released a host of exciting new resources for use in schools and youth groups to engage young people to act in solidarity with the people of Brazil over the next few weeks. Continue reading →
Do you have a cup and a passion for justice? Then join in with our World Cup musical fundraising event! Get ‘All in one rhythm’ for the World Cup this summer and act in solidarity with young people in Brazil with our musical fundraiser. Feel the Brazilian beats and perform our new and totally exclusive CAFOD World Cup-song!
Are you passionate about social justice? Willing to put our MEP candidate to the test to make sure that the European Parliament is committed to tackling key issues of poverty, climate change and tax dodging? Then come along to our EU husting on the 6 May! Continue reading →
Students at St Mary’s RC High School in Lugwardine, Hereford showcased a range of their musical talents to a packed out hall performing intricate musical numbers from Handel to The Beatles, and Mozart to James Blunt, all to support the work of CAFOD. Continue reading →