How you can get involved with CAFOD ahead of the COP26 climate talks

This November, the eyes of the world will be on the UK as we host COP26 – the UN international climate talks in Glasgow.

As governments from across the world gather to discuss how to tackle the climate emergency, it’s vital that we demand leaders at the conference act to prevent global temperatures rising above 1.5C and protect our planet and people from the intensifying impacts of the climate crisis.

We must show Boris Johnson and the government that the Catholic community across England and Wales wants action now!

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Could you run a half marathon for CAFOD?

Christine from our Fundraising team recently cheered on four runners in the London Landmarks Half Marathon – one of the first in-person challenge events to be held since 2019! Read all about the day and find out how you can join in the fun and be a fundraising champion.

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Go Green at school this term

World leaders are meeting in Glasgow this November to make decisions about the future of our planet and its people. Find out how you can Go Green this Harvest to support communities protecting the Amazon and to stand up for people dealing with the climate crisis.

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Meet our new Step into the Gap volunteers!

Step into the Gap volunteers
CAFOD’s Step into the Gap volunteers for 2021-22.

We are excited to introduce and welcome our new team of CAFOD gap year volunteers as they start their new placements. Read on to find out a little bit about the 2021/2022 team as they get ready for their year ahead.

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Feast of the Assumption: Looking at the world with eyes of wisdom

For the Feast of the Assumption, CAFOD’s Head of Theology, Linda Jones, reflects on how Mary can inspire us to become protectors of our common home.

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Summer holidays: Fun and faith-filled activities for all the family

How can I stop my children from getting bored during the summer holidays? And how can I inspire and engage my family in their faith? Catherine Gorman from our Theology team considers how our new family prayer resources might just be the answer to these questions.

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What precious items have helped you through lockdown?

The global coronavirus pandemic is a defining moment for our generation. Some will remember the race to buy tins of beans and toilets rolls, the panic and fear – others will remember small acts of kindness, a loving community spirit, and the special items they treasured in lockdown.

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