As a Church we support numerous charities abroad and at home, below is a list of who we support around the world.
Greenbank Care is the complete Community Home Care service based in Liskeard Cornwall. Our fully trained staff work with Care and Compassion from our Christian community based Domiciliary Care agency. The standards of your care flow from our Christian ethos and values. Your support and dignity are the prime concerns of our home carers. We have full time carers and volunteers who are dedicated to be where and when you need them. Our carers deliver the highest standards of care at all times for the individual. We invest heavily in the training and welfare of all our carers because we believe that by doing so you will receive the best service. Our good reputation with the Care Quality Commission, other agencies and the families with which we have connections, give us the best references.
IMPACT is a day service provision for adults with learning disabilities. We are a part of Greenbank Care and believe that adults with learning disabilities and their families should be given credible and affordable alternatives to day service provisions. IMPACT wholeheartedly subscribes to the belief that each person is an individual and as such should be treated as one. We aim to reduce isolation by supporting clients to create genuine friendships in the community.
IMPACT encourages clients to participate in activities within their own giftings and choice, allowing them to experience the same opportunities that others may have. We aim to plan activities based on the clients interests, even if this may be more of a challenge to organise.
Our aim is to support and empower those with learning disabilities to become all that they can become.
WOW – World Of Worth, India & Philippines
Supporting orphaned children and Bible College students
Where: India and the Philippines
The ministry of Open Doors has its origins in one man and one journey. In 1955, a young Dutchman went to Warsaw and discovered the existence of a persecuted church. He became known as Brother Andrew, and from 1955 to 1967 he travelled throughout Eastern Europe, delivering Scriptures, encouraging persecuted believers, and recruiting others to help him.
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