Projects funded by APF

Bishop Elijah in Cueibet

South Sudan: Peacebuilding training based in Cueibet

APF is funding a ‘Behavioral Change’ Project in the Diocese of Cueibet in South Sudan over two years.  You can read an update here.

South Sudan: South Sudan Community Change Agency (SOSUCCA)

Women’s community peace training has been delivered by this organisation.

Sub Saharan Africa:  Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia and South Sudan

A scheme to provide branded footballs to communities in Africa and other countries who have little resources. 

UK: Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre

APF is one of a number of organisations funding the Peacebuilding Programme for Primary Schools which is being delivered in schools in Scotland

UK: The Peace Museum

Through funding from APF the Peace Museum has undertaken a three year programme examining the relationship between faith and violence, focusing particularly on the interfaith community in Bradford and Leeds. Creations from the ‘Sanctuary’ project are shown in images above, where an interfaith group of refugees were invited to share where they found peace and to use textiles and needlework from their own cultures to illustrate their ideas.

Wilson/Hinkes Peace Prize

 APF gives a sum of £500 to the Week of Prayer for World Peace to sponsor the annual Wilson/Hinkes Peace Prize. Award winners in 2018 were: Issa Souf, the Palestinian founder of International Solidarity Movement in the West Bank; Sister Elizabeth O’Donohoe for her commitment to interfaith work in Westminster, London; and John Morris for ongoing peace work, including founding the Guildford and District Peace and Justice Network in Guildford, UK.


APF, an Anglican organisation, has a limited remit with a small fund to help peacemaking by providing members, both in war and peace, with opportunities for applying the Christian faith by relieving suffering.

If you wish to apply for a grant, in not more than two pages, explain how your project will contribute towards one or more of the APF’s aims to promote peace education or expand peacemaking in an area of the world.
Include what will be the impact of your project. How it will be delivered, measured and expected outcomes over what timescales. When will the project start and what funds are required?

To apply please email Tilly Martin at enquiries or write to her at the address on the site’s contact page.

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