Supporters may be aware that for some years FHL has used ‘BT My Donate’ to facilitate online giving. Unfortunately, we have been advised that this service will end as of 30th June 2019. Please be reassured that we are looking at alternative platforms and will advise you of our new arrangements ASAP. If you have a standing order set up through BT My Donate we will be writing to you in good time to enable you to divert that standing order to the new platform.
A message from our Communications, Manager Marion Homer....
"This month I have some news to share which is a little difficult for me personally.
"After two years and eight months working as FHL’s Communications Manager I will be leaving on Wednesday Feb 6th. As many of you will know, I work as FHL’s Communications Manager three days a week; on Thursdays and Fridays I manage Stratford upon Avon’s Foodbank. Whilst I love both roles working two part time jobs full time can be challenging, and for some time now I have hoped that one of the organisations might be able to offer me a full time position...
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2019 will be a milestone year for FHL – in November our charity will be 10 years old. Who would have believed that the actions of a small but dedicated group of pilgrims, under the guidance of our much missed founder Michael Whelan, could have had such a profound and lasting impact?click image for more on this story
Westminster parishioner John Scanlan, raised a staggering £6,000 in just one weekend for Christian charity the ‘Friends of the Holy Land’.
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Last November FHL trustee Peer Rand made one of his regular trips to the West Bank to catch up with FHL staff, volunteers and beneficiaries. Whilst there FHL’s Bethlehem team, Nancy and Reem, showed Peter some new cases of needy Christians requiring our support, including the case of Diana who lives on her in the old city of Bethlehem.click image for more on this story