The many friends and helpers of Ealing Abbey Monastic community exert a tremendously positive impact on the life of the monastery in many different ways. We ask them to stay in touch by consulting Twitter @EAbbeyW5. On most days we shall tweet.
We welcome you to contact us:
E: development AT ealingmonks.org DOT uk
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Helpers and Benefactors
We are continually looking for volunteer helpers in many spheres of the monastery’s life and work.
We are always looking for opportunities to meet with possible benefactors who wish to share in the life of Ealing Abbey and our contribution to making the world a better place. Your financial support through charitable gifts provides the margin of excellence that enables our service to visitors, students, the community, and wider society.
The generosity of our donors has helped Ealing Abbey re-enter the sphere of working in society and the ecclesial communion of the Church.
The Development Office provides leadership for encouraging private support from friends, corporations, and foundations to advance the educational, research and service priorities of the monastery.
At the moment we work out of the St Benedict’s Abbey Trust Office
One paid member of staff works in the Trust Office.
Most development work is done by volunteer staff.
Our volunteer staff help our donors and other supporters to be in touch with us
- Ealing Abbey’s unique easyfundraising URL is: http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ealingabbeydevelopment.
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We would like our readers, supporters, friends and oblates to share ideas, hopes and plans that you have for Ealing Abbey. We would be especially grateful for positive suggestions concerning the growth in sanctity and numbers of the monastic community.
Members of the Development group
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