Find out more about some of the churches, charities and communities that have benefited from an ATL grant.
February 2017 - Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart and Allchurches back rescue of Grade I church in Sunderland.
February 2017 - Building a new community centre in one of London's most income-deprived areas.
February 2017 - Helping provide the oldest Methodist building in the world with 21st century museum and visitor facilities.
February 2017 - Helping St Basil's, Birmingham give young people computer training by providing new computers, tables and chairs.
August 2016 - Converting a warehouse into a multi-functional community space will help Mustard Tree continue to flourish.
August 2016 - The strapline for Oasis Christian Centre underpins the congregation’s latest project.
August 2016 - Supporting two restoration projects that will benefit the local community.
July 2016 - We’re pleased to help St Margaret’s Welcome Centre provide a warm welcome.
July 2016 - Helping St. Catherine’s to offer a warm welcome to people young and old.
July 2016 - Allchurches Trust is supporting Trinity Methodist Church with a grant to help them create a community café that will be open every day.
June 2016 - New facilities mean Barnabus can now cater for more people, thanks to an Allchurches Trust grant.
June 2016 - An Allchurches Trust grant is enabling essential fabric work including a new boiler and fire protection.
May 2016 - Find out how a grant from Allchurches Trust is helping vulnerable people find their feet in society.
May 2016 - A grant from Allchurches Trust has helped a Christian Training College build twenty-first century facilities.
April 2016 - How an Allchurches Trust grant is helping Manchester Diocese fulfil one of its mission goals.
April 2016 - An Allchurches Trust grant is helping St. John the Baptist Church in Erith, Kent, create a new community centre.
March 2016 - Find out how a grant from Allchurches Trust helped St Edward’s Presbytery in Ramsgate with essential repairs.
March 2016 - With the help of Allchurches Trust, St Cadoc’s Church is becoming a hub for the community.
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