Wider Partnerships

We have developed close links with local SVP conferences in all feeder parishes and have received sponsorship from them to support our community visiting programme. All members are registered members with the National Office for the Saint Vincent de Paul Society and will receive annual length of service awards that are nationally accredited awards for community voluntary work.

CAFOD

CAFOD is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of Caritas International. Across the world it brings hope and compassion to poor communities, standing side-by-side with them to end poverty and injustice. We work with people of all faiths and none. Further information can be found at CAFOD

Lancaster Diocese Faith and Justice Commission

Rooted in God’s life and love, the Faith and Justice Commission come together to: be active in promoting JUSTICE, LOVE AND PEACE; identify the tensions experienced by people as they live their faith and support and nurture and celebrate each other. Further information can be found at the LANCASTER DIOCESE FAITH AND JUSTICE COMMISSION

St Vincent de Paul Society

The St Vincent de Paul Society is an 'international Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage by providing practical assistance to those in need – irrespective of ideology, faith, ethnicity, age or gender. The school has developed close links with local SVP conferences in all feeder parishes and has received sponsorship from them to support our community visiting programme. All members are registered members with the National Office for the Saint Vincent de Paul Society and will receive annual length of service awards that are nationally accredited awards for community voluntary work. To find out more about the work of the organisation, please visit their website at ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY

Young Christian Workers

A movement run for, by and amongst young people, YCW strive to ensure that all young people live life to the full. They live this active apostolate in their places of work and study and in the communities they live in. YCW members do this through a process of reflection, enquiry and action where they reflect on their lives in the light of the Gospel and take action to bring about positive change. Further information can be found at YOUNG CHRISTIAN WORKERS