In Palestine, AID works with the Diocese of Jerusalem, one of four dioceses of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East. The Diocese of Jerusalem also covers Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Israel with a total of almost thirty parishes.
ABM and AID have supported the diocese for many years, through funded projects, the Good Friday Gift and through various emergency appeals.
Your support for AID projects in the Holy Land provides life-saving care for children affected by malnutrition, and funding assistance for other vital outreaches of the Diocese of Jerusalem.
Holy Land Projects
Support children with hearing disabilities in refugee camps to be fitted with hearing aids, significantly improving their communication, education, and self-esteem.
Support one on one, woman-to-woman training in Gaza as it empowers young women to improve their children’s nutrition and their own wellbeing.
Good Friday Gift 2023 – Leadership Training for Children and Young People in the Diocese of Jerusalem
This year’s Good Friday Gift supported the church to provide camps to children and young people from the Diocese of Jerusalem to equip them with skills and knowledge to be leaders in their churches and local communities.
In 2022 your your generous support of our Good Friday Gift enabled us to send $30,000 to the Diocese of Jerusalem to provide training in Strategic Planning for the leaders of its 30 social outreach institutions in five countries and territories.
ABM’s Good Friday Gift last year (2020) raised over $30,000 and was sent to support the work of the Episcopal Church...