Anglican Aid's mission is to "To excel in the provision of Christian aid to vulnerable communities throughout the world by breaking cycles of poverty, abuse, exploitation and neglect."
We support activities supporting vulnerable children in Pakistan who are enslaved on brick kilns with their parents, vulnerable women fleeing ritual violence in India and sexual slavery in South Africa, children who requiring education in Tanzania, Zambia and Lebanon, children locked out of society because of a physical or intellectual disability in Thailand, South Africa, India, Tanzania and China and communities lacking access to safe water supplies in Jordan, Ethiopia, Ghana, Pakistan and other countries. In addition we support communities during disasters such as earthquakes, floods, fires and drought.

We work through Christian partners and churches in 30 countries and most projects we support are small and work directly with local communities.