For 30 years, King’s Arms Project has believed that there’s no such thing as a hopeless case. That’s exactly the message we’re clinging to in the midst of the global COVID-19 Pandemic. We don’t despair, because we believe in the God who has shown us over and over again that there is always a reason to hope.
As you can imagine, we have had to be quick on our feet over the past few weeks to change how we work. We have policies to protect against the spread of any serious disease, including infection control, and we closely monitor and follow guidance from the relevant Public Health agencies, as well as the World Health Organisation and local health authorities to protect our employees, volunteers and clients and make sure we’re serving our clients as much – if not more – than ever.
We’re adapting to the challenges of COVID-19 to maintain as many of our services as possible. Our offices are currently closed, but our office staff are still working and able to take phone calls and emails. Please go to the relevant page on this website to see how the current situation is affecting our services.
We need your help.
Our staff are working incredibly hard to ensure that we can continue to support our clients as well as we always have. However, at this time we have also seen a decrease in some of our fundraising. We would be incredibly grateful for any donation you are able to make, or any increase to your regular giving, at this difficult time.
And, as always, your prayers are more valuable than we can say.
Together we can continue to carry hope into places that feel hopeless, just like we have for the last 30 years.
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