Together, we can help communities to survive, rebuild, and heal

Join us TOMORROW (Thursday 18 June) from 11 am-12 noon to hear from Geoff O’Donoghue, CAFOD’s Director of Operations, about the amazing people he meets in his work and how it has changed his life.

When speaking recently about the how generous acts of kindness by UK communities has impacted families overseas, he said:

“We are in awe of the generosity communities across England and Wales have shown. Thank you.

“It’s now over to our local experts and volunteers, who are already in affected areas. They have the knowledge and experience to help stop Coronavirus from devastating the most vulnerable communities in the world.

“Your donations will ensure that these front-line workers can put our global, three-part plan into place so that we can save lives now, protect the incredible progress we’ve made together towards ending poverty, and build a world that is kinder, healthier and more ready to deal with shocks in the future.

“This is a crisis that affects us all.

It will take all of us working together to survive, rebuild, and heal.”

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CAFOD in a rapidly changing world

Geoff O’Donoghue, CAFOD’s Director of Operations, visited Our Lady, Star of the Sea in Mumbles to speak to supporters and parishioners about CAFOD’s work and new ambition “No One Beyond Reach.”

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