A big thank you from CAFOD to all our wonderful volunteers!
To celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2017, CAFOD would like to pay tribute to all our fantastic volunteers in the Westminster Diocese! Volunteers are a vital source of support to CAFOD’s work, whether it be through prayer, fundraising, campaigning, and awareness raising.
Thank you to all our CAFOD Volunteers, happy Volunteers Week 2017!
This week to celebrate all our amazing volunteers throughout the Westminster diocese, we will be sharing some volunteers experiences from across the diocese!
Thank you once again to all our wonderful CAFOD Volunteers. Hope you all have a lovely Volunteer week!
If you are interested in volunteering for CAFOD in your parish, or delivering information sessions in schools, or as a campaigner speaking out against social injustice, please contact CAFOD’s Westminster Volunteer Centre:
Telephone: 0208 449 6970
Come and join us for Understanding CAFOD and learn more about CAFOD.
Join us at Romero House on Saturday, 20 May to learn more about CAFOD, our vision and values, our work overseas, and our varied volunteering roles in parishes, schools and other settings.
The day will run from 10am to 3:30pm with a shared lunch at 1pm.
Book your register to book your place:
Register via Eventbrite
Call our CAFOD Westminster Office: 0208 449 6970
Celebrate the life of CAFOD partner Oscar Romero with CAFOD and The Archbishop Romero Trust.
Mark the 37th anniversary of the martyrdom of Archbishop Oscar Romero
This year to mark the life of Oscar Romero, CAFOD and The Archbishop Romero Trust, are dedicating a week between Saturday 18 March to Saturday 25 March.
CAFOD is very proud to invite you to a talk led by Sister Martha Zechmeister from the Congregatio Jesu Sisters. The theme for this years talk is: The Secret of Romero –
Passion for God and Compassion for the Poor.
The talk will take place on Saturday 25 March, 11am at Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ
Find out more find news, information and resources to celebrate the life and legacy of Blessed Oscar Romero by visiting the Archbishop Romero Trust website.