The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development is an international charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. They stand beside people living in poverty – whatever their religion or culture. Through local Church partners, they help people directly in their own communities, and campaign for global justice, so that everyone can reach their full potential.

The Donna Louise Hospice for Children and Young People

The The Donna Louise  brings families together at their purpose-built facility in Trentham, provides respite in the family home, are there during hospital stays, facilitates support groups in the community, or are simply at the end of the phone, The Donna Louise is there for families across Staffordshire and Cheshire

Father Hudsons Care

Father Hudson’s Care is the Social Care Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham. Their aim is to offer help and support to people in need, improving their quality of life.


Mary’s Meals

Mary’s Meals provides one good meal to some of the world’s poorest children every school day. Their work is named after Mary, the mother of Jesus, who brought up her own child in poverty. Mary’s Meals consists of, respects, and reaches out to people of all faiths and of none.


St Vincent de Paul Society

The St Vincent de Paul Society aims to tackle poverty in all its forms through the provision of practical assistance to those in need. The concept of need is broader than financial hardship, so visiting people who are sick, lonely, in prison, or suffering from addiction is also a significant proportion of their work. The essence of their work is person-to-person contact and spending time with people which is the greatest gift.