A Salisbury Diocesen appeal for help

during the Coronavirus crisis on behalf of the Sudan

 

 

Our own problems with COVID-19 in this country are significant, but our brothers and sisters in South Sudan and Sudan face even greater problems with even less resources. Archbishop Ezekiel Kondo of the Episcopal Church in Sudan sends us the message that his people “would rather die of COVID-19 than hunger”.

 

Salisbury Diocese has a long association with the churches in the Sudans, and Bishop Nicholas has responded to their urgent need for improved hygiene and basic food items to help starve off the virus by launching the SOAP and FOOD Appeal, which will run throughout July. More details, including a poster which can be downloaded, can be found at https://www.salisbury.anglican.org/mission/the-sudan-link/emergency-appeal.

 

Donations should be sent via Justgiving – https://bit.ly/sudansemergency.

 

Note: - Please remember that this is a separate appeal to our normal regular giving to Ezo. We will still be endeavouring to help the Ezo diocese.