● £12 enables one young person to attend an evening workshop on peace-making or leadership for free
● £15 will pay volunteer expenses for one day and both support the work of the Centre and enable young adults who want to work in the field of peace to learn vital skills
● £70 covers the cost of a 90 minute coaching session for leaders or community organisers dealing with conflict situations
● £150 covers the cost of filming a public event and making it available to wider networks
● £190 a month will cover the travel and lunch expenses of our social media or fundraising intern
● £250 covers the cost of a pilot workshop on setting up gift economy circles in local faith groups
● £250 covers the cost of an evening taster workshop in conflict coaching skills
● £350 will cover the preparation and facilitation costs of holding a narrative and story-based workshop exploring a community or organisational disagreement
● £400 will enable facilitators to respond to a community conflict and hold safe space for dialogue
● £450 will cover the cost of a one day workshop bringing together leaders from different fatih traditions to learn skills for responding to conflict in their own communities
● £90 covers the cost of a mentoring session for community organisers wanting to improve their impact
● £110 covers the cost of a fundraiser helping with our income generation
● £150 covers the cost of one educational workshop for schools exploring how we as a society can bring a relationship with the sacred into our economic system or our food production processes
● £180 enables us to offer a concessionary place on our conflict-related training courses for those not able to pay the full price
● £350 covers a dialogue event bringing young adults of different faiths together to build bridges and to learn about faith-based approaches to social action
● £1000 will cover the cost of one participant on the Gullion Link programme which takes young adults from East London on an exchange to Northern Ireland to learn about difference and disagreement.
Looking after our beautiful building
● £55 will pay for each of several new planters to replace the ageing ones in the Islamic peace garden
● £120 will cover the annual cost of paint to keep our building smart and welcoming to visitors
● £250 will cover the cost of annual flowers and plants for our award-winning garden in summer
Leaving a legacy is one way of helping St Ethelburga’s vision of a more peaceful and sustainable world in which future generations may thrive. Legacies help us grow, fund major projects and maintain our building and Bedouin tent.
St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.