The Church Commissioners

The Church Commissioners is a body managing the historic property assets of the Church of England with an endowment reported to be worth at least $8.1 billion.

The Commissioners are tasked with managing an investment portfolio to support the Church of England’s work across the country as well as providing financial assistance for in areas of need and opportunity.

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The vast majority of spending is committed to supporting the church at national and local levels including funding towards the ministry of bishops and cathedrals and for missions at parish level. They also fund a large share of clergy pensions.

All funding is delivered through to organisations within the Church of England and there is no opportunity to apply for financial support from the Commissioners at present. More information on the Church Commissioners can be found here.


  1. Avatar Livingstone Ofula Amakati says

    The 62% of children are not schooling because;
    1-the Government learning center for children is about 3 to 3.8 kilometers far away,
    2-the parents or the family is poor and do not have any income to enable the children go to school.
    3-parents involvement in corrupt ways of life, like, illicit brewing, selling of opium and drugs or engaged in sexual working,
    4- the parents died, are single or separated and remarried leaving the children in the hands of aged grandmothers.
    The number of children going to school is small compared to the one that do not go to school.

    The 49% of youth are illiterate or received semi-formal education that can not enable them any employment and the educated once are not employed resulting into some parents not taking their children to schools.
    This are the people who are most security dangerous to the people leaving in Nairobi City. This are the people used by the reach to supply, sale and use drugs and to the abuse of alcohol, opium smoking and using small arms to transport or in use of small arms and ammunition.
    The 78% People aged 36 and above are leaving under USD 1 per day and not fixed. This people are real poor in a sense that the work that most of them can do is to work in other people’s houses, worshiping cloths/utensils or the small farms. This is done on daily basis by curing outside the gates of able people waiting for a watchman/woman to be allocate duties as informed by the home owner. This is where selling of bodies starts from by selling them salves to watchmen before their are given a change to work.

     To offer free and affordable education to orphan/vulnerable child.
     To offer affordable education to all Need vulnerable children
     To offer affordable lunch to all children in our school.
     To offer for an affordable canteen to this community children learning in other schools.
     To offer for Home Management School Extensive Self Studies.
     To offer for education to youth who were dropped out of schools because they failed examination or who did not attempt seating for Class 8 or Form 4 examination or did not have school fees.
     To offer for affordable community Meeting place.
     To construction of water Borehole for the school and the community.

  2. Avatar Ashish K Bardhan says

    Re: Request for joint venture for FOOD SECURITY for the Tribal and backward communities, who are in vulnerable situations.
    Dear Donor,
    We take the opportunity to introduce ourselves as an NGO, whose aim is to fight against hunger and injustice. Since 2002, we are trying to work with the poor and marginalized tribal people of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Orissa of eastern part of India. We are working with local communities to address collectively the people’s movements, hunger, inequity and injustice.
    We are reaching out with the target groups, through SHGs (Self-Help Groups) of which, mostly are poor and marginalized, belong to tribal communities, supporting them in their struggle to access their rights to food, shelter, work, education, healthcare and human security and helping them have their voice in the development decisions affecting their lives and livelihood.
    The people we work with include the dalit and tribal people, other sections of the rural poor, women, children, and minorities. Within these groups, our focus is on people in vulnerable situations such as people living with chronic hunger, ill health, migrant and bonded workers, children out of education, homeless people, trafficked persons, persons with disability, displaced people and refugees, and people affected by natural and human-made disasters.
    As we are working with the Tribal and other backward communities at the Purulia, Balasore and East Singhbhum districts, under the State of West Bengal, Orissa & Jharkhand respectively, that are why, we would like to propose the FOOD SECURITY program for the entire communities of target areas who are in vulnerable situation.

    We look forward to hear from your end.

    Thank you,

    Ashish K Bardhan
    Member Secretary, SPREAD/India