Your compassionate gift will allow us to finance meaningful projects around the world and make a difference in the lives of a great many people. Because of your generosity we can provide spiritual and material support to those who are suffering.

Your gift can also be a gift offered to a loved one. Instead of a material gift, why not give a lasting gift that touches the heart of your Faith, and the heart of someone in need.

More than 2,000 families in the Valley of Christians need food, clothing, shelter, fuel for the heating, medication, education, and spiritual care. With your help, we hope to supply them with their basic needs.

Christians in Venezuela are in great need. A Mass celebrated for your intentions supports not only the priests, but the entire community and is a profound way to give your support to the Church in Venezuela.

 

 

Communism has left its mark on Cuban society. Teaching the Catholic Faith and values to children means support for their human development. Help us supply 10,000 Bibles to kids in Havana.

In the Amazon region, boats are a fundamental to evangelization and pastoral care because the communities are in the middle of the forest. Your support contributes to the evangelization of the indigenous peoples.

The aftermath of the ISIS occupation of Nineveh Plains left 130 church properties ruined or destroyed and more than 750 Christian houses damaged. Your help will enable us to continue carrying out the reconstruction project, and help families return home.

Ukrainians need pastoral care because of the hardships resulting from the war and the economic situation. Fortunately, vocations are flourishing in the country. With your help, we can support the formation of 69 seminarians.

Three decades of conflicts have wounded and divided  local communities. Many families are suffering. 

With your help, the Family Pastoral project of Mannar will be able to provide pastoral care to families.

There are almost two million refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in the settlements of Uganda. They need spiritual and material support. With your help, we hope to alleviate their suffering.

“Respect for minorities is to be considered the touchstone of social harmony.” This simple statement from his Message of Peace in 1989 has become, in effect, the motto of the Saint John Paul II Youth Pastoral Center in Sarajevo.
It is work that nobody sees or thinks about— baking hosts for the Mass. It is work requiring specially designed, purpose-made equipment.
Do people really need chapels? Can’t they pray outside in the midst of nature, especially in Africa of all places? Of course, but “the Eucharist is God as answering presence,” said Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI. And there has to be a place for this presence.
“Love is itself the fulfillment of all our works. There is the goal; that is why we run: we run toward it, and once we reach it, in it we shall find rest.”—Saint Augustine

with your help, we hope to finance

More than
1.000
projects
In More than
130
countries

With your help - we can do it!

This Christmas, you can give Christians who are suffering a Gift of Faith

ACN provides care to suffering Christians

The love of Christ urges us on (2 Co 5,14).

In 2018, we funded 5,019 projects in 139 countries.

With your help, we will continue providing support to those in need.

“I invite you together with Aid to the Church in Need to do works of mercy around the world.”
~ Pope Francis