The Collective Calling mission experience offers a unique opportunity for you to live out your calling.
Live Your Calling
Our mission experience has been created to mobilize those who have had a calling to serve others, empower communities and develop leaders. This life changing experience starts in southern Spain where volunteers are hosted at the 285m2 “CC Base” whilst helping with local outreach projects. Volunteers are taken through “cross cultural” and leader development training before being deployed to the international location to serve.
More About Our Work
Event – Padel For Charity
What better way is there than to raise money for children fleeing war and persecution. Join us for this very special 3 day event at the prestigious Manolo Santana Racquets Club in benefit of vulnerable refugees in Europe and children with disabilities in Nyarugusu refugee camp, Africa.
Children with disabilities census
The data being collected through the identification process happening now in Nyarugusu refugee camp, is a first of it’s kind. Through our local partner DRST, 20 volunteers go out into the field each and everyday, visiting families and identifying persons with disabilities.
Week 3 – Athens & Chios Response
Chios has had an influx of refugees arriving for the past few years, and camps there face many of the same problems as those on Lesvos. Because many of the larger NGOs operating on the island have recently received funding cuts, gaps have arisen that are not felt on Lesvos, and Paul and I focused on identifying the aspects of care that now require the most assistance.
Lesvos Support Project
One of our programs in collaboration with “Carry The Future”, supports “One Happy Family”, which is a community centre on Lesvos that provides vital services to refugees on the island. Nearly 6000 refugees are here with no end in sight to this never ending journey of suffering for them.
Sub-Saharan Refugee Community
Our first preliminary mission to Morocco was conducted in the month of April and to say it was a success would be an understatement. At the end of January this year, Collective Calling were invited to speak at the annual Diocese of Europe Anglican synod about our experiences working within the refugee crisis over the past 2.5 years.
Behind the glittery lifestyle of Marbella, lay areas hidden away, that are full of depression, areas where people are really suffering and are in real need of help. As needs increase across the coast, our homeless / socially vulnerable response has moved away from Fuengirola to Marbella & La Linea, our local response in 2018 will be significantly increased.
Rotary Club Marbella Guadalmina
Rotary Club Marbella Guadalmina has donated €4000 towards aid for Syrian children in refugee camps in Greece. The aid is being delivered on the ground by Collective Calling. How RCMG helps make a difference to the vulnerable refugees in Veria Camp. A second donation of 1000€ has been spent on fruit and vegetables.