Saturday, 10 October 2015

Christadelphian Samaritan Fund Refugee Crisis Appeal

In the light of the developing refugee crisis affecting North Africa, the Middle East and Europe, CSF has made a further donation of 5,000 pounds to the British Red Cross Refugee Crisis Appeal. This is in addition to the donation of 5,000 pounds to the Child Refugee Crisis Appeal by the Save the Children Fund.
We will continue to monitor this developing crisis and CSF is very willing to forward donations from ecclesias and brethren and sisters wishing to support either or both of these appeals.
 
Donations should be sent to the CSF Treasurer, Brother Ken Smith, Westhaven House, Arleston Way, Shirley, Solihull, West Mids., B90 4LH, with a note earmarking it for the Save the Children Fund Child Refugee Crisis Appeal or the British Red Cross Refugee Crisis Appeal. As always, the amount we can give is pitiful in relation to the need, which will only be fully addressed when Christ returns. 
 
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Additional reading: 
  1. Learning that stuff is just stuff
  2. Can We Pay The Price To Free Humanity?
  3. Refugees At The Border- A Blessing Or Burden? 
  4. Poster: Please Help The Refugees
  5. The World Wide Refugee and Migrant Crisis and a possible solution for it
  6. Social media and asylum seekers
  7. Israeli leaders delight in Europe’s cruelty toward refugees
  8. My two cents on the refugee crisis
  9. Blow to legitimacy of the capitalist system
  10. Propaganda war and ISIS
  11. Meeting to focus on humanitarian issues for Syria
  12. Are people willing to take the responsibility for other
  13. If Europe fails on the question of refugees, then it won’t be the Europe we wished for
  14. Schengen area and Freedom for Europeans being put to the test as never before
  15. The New gulf of migration and seed for far right parties
  16. Consequences of Mass Immigration in Sweden
  17. Asylum seekers crisis and Europe’s paralysis
  18. See how you can use your skills, resources, and energy to help Syrians and other refugees in need
  19. A former war refugee’s views on the current refugee crisis
  20. Europe’s refugees just follow the ancient routes for the peopling of Europe in the Neolithic
  21. Forms of slavery, human trafficking and disrespectful attitude to creation to be changed
  22. Britain’s position in an age of increasing globalisation
  23. Complaining and fighting asylum seekers not giving signs of thankfulness
  24. Crisis man needed in this world
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