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Living God's Love Values - Generosity, Joy, Imagination and Courage

‘Creating a Buzz in Nepal’

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with the Bishop of St Albans’ Harvest Appeal 2020

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Our Bishop’s Annual Harvest Appeal this year will help many people in Nepal. In 2015, Nepal suffered immense loss and devastation in two major earthquakes; thousands of lives were impacted- 9,000 people died, communities made homeless, infrastructures collapsed and livelihoods completely lost.

In more recent years, however, the Nepalese people are growing to appreciate the value of beekeeping. Bees help to maintain the fragile biodiversity, as pollinators, to enhance crop production and a good income can be generated from sales of honey. It has been estimated that the country of Nepal can sustain 125,000 beehives; presently, there are around 26,000, showing there is significant opportunity.

Pastor Manish and familyIn the Harvest Appeal resources, you can read Pastor Manish’s story, whose life has now been transformed – his faith in God, determination and entrepreneurial attitude have resulted in him now having a successful beekeeping business -and his desire is that many other families can experience the same.

Resources

Sending Your Gift

How do I know where my gift is going? See Tearfund’s donor’s FAQs

Church and school donations

Individual donations

Church and school donations

Where possible, participating churches and schools should send their donations (including any reclaimed Gift Aid) by BACS transfer – details for this transaction are:

  • Bank account name:  St Albans Diocesan Board of Finance
  • Bank account no: 20776041
  • Sort code no: 20 – 05 – 03
  • Payment Ref: NEPAL4100101

When churches and schools make their BACS transfer, we ask that you also kindly notify us of payment details – (i) date & (ii) amount – to:  Harvest Appeal 2020    Your helpfulness in this way will ensure your payment is identified easily and a ‘thank you’ from the Bishop’s office can be sent.  Thank you.

If a BACS transfer is not possible, cheques can still be accepted. Cheques should be made payable to St Albans DBF and sent to ‘The Bishop of St Albans’ Harvest Appeal 2020’, c/o Holywell Lodge, 41 Holywell Hill, St Albans AL1 1HE.

Individual donations

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An individual wishing to give to the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal can use the online giving facility – ‘bee button’ – & where indicated our Appeal partner, Tearfund, will collect the Gift Aid on these donations.

Thank You in anticipation of your generous support to ‘Creating a Buzz in Nepal’ – the Bishop of St Albans’ Harvest Appeal 2020

 

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