World Food Crisis: Lives and a way of life at risk

World Food Crisis
Right now, millions of families around the world are facing a food crisis that could be worse than any we’ve ever lived through.

For the last three years, CAFOD’s Volunteer Coordinator Specialist Eileen Hayes has been hosting online talks from a little desk in the corner of her kitchen. Recently she met with colleagues and local experts from all over the world to learn more about the world food crisis.

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The joy of volunteering with CAFOD

Five people stand in a line, each holding brightly coloured letter to spell out CAFOD

In National Volunteers’ Week, Communications Volunteer Caitlin Miller tells us about how her childhood determination to collect money for CAFOD turned into a volunteer role that connects her to her faith and community.

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