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Faces of the Fund: Interview with Bronius Einars

Faces of the Fund: Interview with Bronius Einars

The Order of Malta’s work with the elderly is one of its greatest strengths. We spoke to Bronius Einars, President of the Lithuanian Relief Service, about this key part of the Order’s global mission and how it has developed in Lithuania. How did you become involved...

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Christmas Grant Awards 2020

Christmas Grant Awards 2020

This Christmas, 41 grants have been awarded supporting the reach and impact of the Order's work across six continents, providing education, food and medical care for some of the world's most vulnerable. Asia Pacific Summer Camp for Disabled Youth, Australian...

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A Christmas Gift for Cuba

      This Christmas, please help us raise $8,000 to develop a day care centre where 100 people can find not only regular hot meals, but also laundry services, exercise, and most important of all, companionship.     $5 Could provide meals for...

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An Unforgettable Christmas

Hunting for meaningful Christmas presents this year? Why not give an Unforgettable Gift: a donation in support of forgotten people around the world. $25 Could provide a month's meals and care for an elderly person in Lebanon $50 Could fund five months' physiotherapy...

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Read our latest newsletter: Changing Lives in the Holy Land

Read our latest newsletter: Changing Lives in the Holy Land

Take a tour around the Order’s work in the Holy Land and hear an update from leaders in Lebanon in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion in our latest newsletter:     For grants announcements, project news and more, sign up to receive our regular newsletters...

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Reports from the Frontline: Situation Update from Beirut

Reports from the Frontline: Situation Update from Beirut

Image: AFP On Thursday 13 August, Order of Malta leaders gathered to hear an update from the Lebanese Association in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion at the Global Fund for Forgotten People’s latest ‘Reports from the Frontline’ virtual conference. President...

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Read our latest newsletter: St John’s Day 2020 Grant Awards

Read our latest newsletter: St John’s Day 2020 Grant Awards

Read about our St John’s Day grant awards, news from the Order around the world, and insight from HE Dr Juan Tomás O’Naghten y Chacón, President of the Cuban Association, in our latest newsletter:   For grants announcements, project news and more, sign up to...

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St John’s Day Grant Awards 2020

St John’s Day Grant Awards 2020

This St John's Day, 37 grants have been awarded supporting the reach and impact of the Order's work across five continents, providing education, food and medical care for some of the world's most vulnerable. Care Homes for Elderly People, Lithuanian Relief Service...

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Reports from the Frontline: The Order of Malta in the Holy Land

Reports from the Frontline: The Order of Malta in the Holy Land

“The Order is an instrument of peace, co-existence and hope. With this we have the power to change the world.” HE Marwan Sehnaoui, President of the Lebanese Association On Friday 19 June, frontline representatives from Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine discussed the Order...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world’s most vulnerable communities hardest of all.

Please help us to continue the Order of Malta’s works serving forgotten people around the world amidst this crisis.

https://www.forgottenpeople.org/donate/

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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world’s most vulnerable communities hardest of all.

Please help us to continue the Order of Malta’s works serving forgotten people around the world amidst this crisis.

www.forgottenpeople.org/donate/

Image: Malteser International

#orderofmalta #giving #covid_19
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Congratulations to Ed and Sam Graham, two of the runners who successfully completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon on behalf of the Global Fund for Forgotten People!

The brothers managed to run it in a speedy one hour 43 minutes.  Well done Sam and Ed, and a massive thank you to you both and the rest of the runners for the effort put in to train and fundraise, helping to improve forgotten people’s lives all round the world, from post-Covid rehabilitation in Chile to craft workshops for disabled children in Ukraine.

If you would like to donate to Sam and Ed for their incredible run, please find their Just Giving page here https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/samandedgraham

Congratulations to Ed and Sam Graham, two of the runners who successfully completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon on behalf of the Global Fund for Forgotten People!

The brothers managed to run it in a speedy one hour 43 minutes. Well done Sam and Ed, and a massive thank you to you both and the rest of the runners for the effort put in to train and fundraise, helping to improve forgotten people’s lives all round the world, from post-Covid rehabilitation in Chile to craft workshops for disabled children in Ukraine.

If you would like to donate to Sam and Ed for their incredible run, please find their Just Giving page here www.justgiving.com/fundraising/samandedgraham
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‘The Order has provided food and medicine for my little one which he would not otherwise have access to. I am very thankful!’

Lumi and her son live in a poor and isolated rural community in Albania.  Levels of infant and child mortality in Albania are disproportionately high, in rural areas they are twice the rates of cities. 

With support from the Fund, The Order of Malta’s new centre in Albania provides food, medicine, classes in hygiene and education on how best to care for children for poor families, fighting disease and malnutrition, and helping families learn how to give their children the best start in life. Malteser Albania

#orderofmalta #supportedbythefund #albania

‘The Order has provided food and medicine for my little one which he would not otherwise have access to. I am very thankful!’

Lumi and her son live in a poor and isolated rural community in Albania. Levels of infant and child mortality in Albania are disproportionately high, in rural areas they are twice the rates of cities.

With support from the Fund, The Order of Malta’s new centre in Albania provides food, medicine, classes in hygiene and education on how best to care for children for poor families, fighting disease and malnutrition, and helping families learn how to give their children the best start in life. Malteser Albania

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Congratulations on the important projects supported by the Global Fund for Forgotten People

The 2021 Global Fund for Forgotten People’s Christmas card will again be designed by a young person from one of the Order of Malta’s children’s programmes!

If you run an #OrderofMalta programme helping children and would like to see your project feature as our card this year, get in touch!  

It’s simple to enter and the winner will receive their own copies of the cards.

Deadline is Friday 15 October

1. Print copies of this template, and give one to each child.
2. Ask the children to draw a picture from the Christmas Story, using coloured pens.
3. Fill in each child’s name, age and which programme they are participating in.
4. Scan the sheets in colour, and share them in a Facebook status. Make sure you include @TheGlobalFundForForgottenPeople or we will not see them!
5. Drawings must be shared by Friday 15 October to enter the competition. 
6. We will announce the winner on social media, and send copies of the cards to the wining programme.

Message our page if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing your creativity!

The 2021 Global Fund for Forgotten People’s Christmas card will again be designed by a young person from one of the Order of Malta’s children’s programmes!

If you run an #OrderofMalta programme helping children and would like to see your project feature as our card this year, get in touch!

It’s simple to enter and the winner will receive their own copies of the cards.

Deadline is Friday 15 October

1. Print copies of this template, and give one to each child.
2. Ask the children to draw a picture from the Christmas Story, using coloured pens.
3. Fill in each child’s name, age and which programme they are participating in.
4. Scan the sheets in colour, and share them in a Facebook status. Make sure you include @TheGlobalFundForForgottenPeople or we will not see them!
5. Drawings must be shared by Friday 15 October to enter the competition.
6. We will announce the winner on social media, and send copies of the cards to the wining programme.

Message our page if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing your creativity!
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#internationaldayofolderpersons

The Fund supports many elderly projects, helping thousands of people across the world.

From establishing a crisis line, providing companionship and help to isolated elderly people in Romania, to delivering essential supplies and support to vulnerable elderly in Thailand, the Order works every day to make sure the elderly are not forgotten.

#orderofmalta #supportedbythefund

#internationaldayofolderpersons

The Fund supports many elderly projects, helping thousands of people across the world.

From establishing a crisis line, providing companionship and help to isolated elderly people in Romania, to delivering essential supplies and support to vulnerable elderly in Thailand, the Order works every day to make sure the elderly are not forgotten.

#orderofmalta #supportedbythefund
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