On this day of the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Aid to the Church in Need celebrates and appreciates its Benefactors for the generous support and solidarity which has made it possible to bring hope and solace to millions of persecuted Christians around the world.

Some of our project partners have sent in Letters of Appreciation, to express their gratitude to our Benefactors. Excerpts below;

“We want to convey our heartfelt gratitude to all the members of Aid to the Church in Need who work tirelessly to make the world a better place for individuals who need to be supported. And to all those great souls who provide their unconditional support for the great cause of your association. You may not get to see the smile you put on all of their faces but know for sure that all you do every day has a tremendous impact on their happiness and success!
Thank you again and constantly for all your co tribute on to help make all our projects happen! We are blessed and forever grateful!! Always remembering you in our prayers. Asking God to bless you and those you serve.”

– Director of the Eparchial Development office (M. Bechara), Lebanon

“This is to acknowledge with a deep sense of indebtedness to your ever generous help made available to the Vicariate of Nepal during the pandemic. Your help somehow seem to reach us at a time when our people need them most. Thank you from the depth of our hearts for the present and the past generous help as well. Be assured of the beneficiaries’ grateful memento in their prayers. Kindly let all the supporters of ACN know that we hold them very close to our hearts and assure them of grateful prayers always. ”

– Bishop Paul Simick, Nepal

“We remain ever thankful to our Benefactors of Aid to the Church in Need for the wonderful support they have been giving us to train our Major Seminarians for the past years since the socio-political crisis that has almost escalated into a war, broke in the Southern Cameroon, comprising the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda. Formation of our future priests especially in Kumba would have been impossible without your financial assistance. As a token of our profound gratitude, rest assured of our daily prayers for God’s blessings upon our Benefactors”.

Bishop Agapitus Nfon, Kumba Cameroun

“First, I acknowledge gratefully your kind intervention to support our CORONA EMERGENCY HELP for priests and parishes in the Archdiocese of Tellicherry. Your benevolent contribution is a great relief for us and with it, we help the poor parishes that are struggling to make both ends meet given this financial crisis. We are highly indebted to ACN.I assure our humble prayers for you and your benefactors. May God bless you all.”

Archbishop George Njaralakatt, Tellicherry, India

“May the Grace and Peace of our Jesus Christ be upon you and continue to cherish you and the whole family of the Aid to the Church in Need, I continue to put you in my prayers for the great work you are doing for church of God in the world and in particular in South Sudan and for us in the Diocese of Malakal. Thank you especially for the five vehicles you funded for pastoral work in the Diocese of Malakal. We are grateful for the great concern you have shown for us at this critical time the diocese is going through. We shall continue to pray that the Good Lord may bless your generosity and the generosity of our donors and may God repay them double. ”

Bishop Stephen Ador, South Sudan

“My deepest heartfelt gratitude to you for the donation of this motorbike. It really came to me and the Parish at a time that we really needed it for our pastoral work. Indeed, it was and remains a prayer answered. With this motorbike, I have been able to reach out to most of the small Christian communities and visit a number of our Christians. It has really been an experience of life giving and faith sharing. It always is a great joy to be able to bring the sacraments and the Word of God to people especially those in the remotest areas of our Parish. As a parish, we are now able to reach out to more people who felt abandoned because of the priest’ s failure to reach them especially the lame, old people and children especially since the time we started utilizing the bike, many people are very happy to be visited. This bike has really been a source of great help as regards to transport. I thank you so much for your love, care and support for our pastoral ministry by providing this motorbike. Through us, and through this donation, you are able to minister to our people the love of God. My prayers shall always go out to God for you for his continued Love, care and protection.”

– Fr Richard Njovu, Chipata, Zambia