NB: Capital Mass is an independent charity financially sustained by charitable gifts and donations
Dear Friends, As we enter our 5th year (doesn’t time fly) serving the parishes in the Diocese of London, we wanted to let you know about the future of Capital Mass.
Capital Mass has a clear mission, to engage and support every parish in the Diocese of London in tackling poverty and inequality. To outwork this mission we’ve delivered hundreds of hours of training events to over 1,200 parishioners. Created 110 resourcing and inspiring films (downloaded13,000 times). Connected parishes to over 150 partner organisations and delivered bespoke advice and guidance to 35% of parishes in London. And also housed 14 destitute migrants through our Clergy Hosting scheme. In our last annual impact review these were the highlights:
-96% commented that they’d increased volunteering hours thanks to Capital Mass
-50% commented that their quality of engagement had improved thanks to Capital Mass
-40% commented that they’d increased their prayer thanks to Capital Mass
-20% commented that they’d started a new ministry or started to volunteer for the first time thanks to Capital Mass
-9% commented that they’d increased donations to partner organisations thanks to Capital Mass
Going into 2020 and beyond, we now need to ask for your help.
If you’ve been directly supported by Capital Mass or if as a parish you’re aware of the good news that we’ve been to neighbouring parishes; would you consider financially partnering with us in order that we can continue to equip parishes to be good news into their community?
If you would, please contact Tania Tania@capitalmass.org.uk
If you are an individual and would like to give, maybe you’ve attended one of our events or one of the team has enabled you to tackle an issue in your community, then please see the links below
Please make it out to Capital Mass and send it to: Capital Mass, Diocesan House, 36 Causton St, Westminster, London SW1P 4AU
Thank you for your generosity
Tarn Bright, Executive Director