Supporting FFF

Feb 14, 2021

Ten years ago Food For Faith began as a blog and has developed into an online mission that reaches several thousand people across the globe every day, especially during Lent and Advent, and now through the Lectio Divina page, the Homily Studio, and the Rosary Reflections for October Page

We have worked to keep operating costs low, and your commitment to using the website and providing comments and prayer has kept us going and growing.

Now Food For Faith has become a Charitable Trust, managed by Trustees who have a passion for the mission of providing nourishing food for the faith of all who seek to grow in maturity in relationship with Jesus Christ. As Trustees Fr. Merv Duffy SM, Chris Fogarty and Catherine Gibbs oversee the mission freeing me from all administration and enabling me to focus on production of content.

There are significant costs associated with the maintenance and growth of a digital mission. Some popular elements of the site are expensive to make for example a three minute video clip costs several hundred dollars to produce.

To enable Food For Faith to continue to develop we need your generous financial support. 

Many of the projects we have in mind depend on your support, and the projects on hold at present would need $250,000 to achieve in the next twelve months. Put simply, if we had these funds we could immediately move this mission to a new level of effective outreach.

You will know if your donation is eligible for a tax rebate. If you email admin@fff.org.nz when you make a donation we will send you a receipt.

Food For Faith Trust Account: 12-3142-0485211-00

Particulars: Surname, Initials     (e.g. Bloggs, J & M)

Code: FFF. Reference: Donation

International supporters will need this additional information:

Food For Faith Trust Account

12-3142-0485211-00

ASB Bank Ltd

PO Box 35, Shortland Street Auckland 1140

New Zealand

SWIFT CODE. ASBBNZ2A

Thank you. I am grateful for your support. Your generosity will enable this mission to develop.

In Christ

John

john@fff.org.nz

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