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Help us sustain hope

now and in the future

 “After 14 months we were crying out for time and space to renew ourselves”.
Amy, Youth Worker / Monkstown Boxing Club

Watch our inspiring film and discover how we are continuing to sustain hope in exhausted frontline workers like Amy. 

As we reach a new chapter in a challenging year, we’re delighted to reopen and welcome back groups like Amy’s from the Monkstown Boxing Club. 

However, with social distancing rules in place we can only welcome small groups, which means that we will have to run at a considerable loss.

As a result, we need you to help us to continue to run our Centre and programmes to sustain hope in people like Amy.

A regular gift or recurring donation is especially valuable because it is a reliable source of income, helping us to plan better, pay our core costs and develop our programmes. 

All it takes is two simple steps to help Corrymeela continue to run our Centre and programmes to sustain hope in people like Amy:

1. Decide whether to give a one off of a regular gift .

A one–off gift
• £30
could pay for a Youth Worker to visit our Centre for a day of relaxation and reflection after a challenging year 

• £65 could pay for a Community Worker to visit our Centre for an overnight stay at our Centre for some much needed rest & renewal

• £100 could pay for a facilitator to host a session with a group to help them process their experiences during this year and navigate a way forward

A regular gift
• £10 a month could provide re–energising workshops
for frontline youth workers

• £25 a month could provide accommodation and food for a team of frontline community workers at our Centre

 

2. Use the buttons below to donate now, and help us welcome more groups like Amy’s: 

 

Donate from the UK / Make a regular or one–off gift

 

Donate from outside the UK

 

Other ways to donate

 

Please give what you can as your support can help us continue to sustain hope.

We need you to help us to continue to run our Centre and programmes for people like Amy. In the midst of this crisis, we believe even more deeply that the best way to get through it is together.

Thanks for all you do to enable us to do that.