Collectively, We Are Making A Difference

We are a grassroots, non-profit, Spanish registered, non-governmental organisation (NGO) and we believe that the cure to poverty begins with serving in a manner that doesn´t create dependency, but empowers in a way that creates opportunities for people to be who they were created to be. We are an operational NGO, meaning we plan and carry out boots-on-the-ground projects to accomplish our objectives. This requires a great deal of careful planning, communication, and local involvement for each project. We carry out our mission through two key locations, Spain & Tanzania. 

Centre of Hope

We are currently completing the construction of the “Centre of Hope” in the town of Kasulu, Tanzania. During the summer 2018 mission, 94 “street children” were discovered to be living on the streets, some as young as 5yrs. The “Centre of Hope” are the steps being taken in collaboration with ANCO, that will provide food & shelter, whilst empowering, equipping and educating these children to give them an opportunity to become who they were created to be.

If you would like to give towards this project, please visit the “how to donate” page for various ways to can give.

How We Help

Mission Experience 2019

Our mission experience has been created to mobilise Collective Calling partners to go out into the world and help educate, equip and empower 32 children residing in the “Centre of Hope”, situated in the town of Kasulu, Tanzania.

Local Community Support

Meet one of the families that we are currently supporting in the town of Kasulu, Tanzania. When we first met this family, we were touched by the motivation that the three blind children had to help contribute towards to the family household. After an afternoon of singing, talking and getting to know each other, we discovered that the children had a few great ideas on how they could help generate money for the family. Watch the following video to see how we initially empowered this family.

Lent Appeal
This year Bishop John chose Collective Calling as the overseas recipient. (See The European Anglican Summer 2016 and Spring 2017). Founded by Paul and Gemma Carr from the Costa del Sol West Anglican Church and sponsored in Scotland by Fr William Mounsey, a priest of the Diocese of Edinburgh and regular locum in the Diocese in Europe, Collective Calling’s work among refugees and migrants was supported by over sixty congregations in Edinburgh, Lothian and the Scottish Borders. (See page 4 on “read more”)

Collective Calling were invited to attend this years Diocese of Europe Synod, Spain. We had the opportunity to speak about the lives and experiences of refugees as we have seen it through our time working in refugee crisis. Since then we are honored to have been chosen by St Vincent’s Anglican Church, Portugal for this years Lent appeal.

St Vincent´s Church is part of the Diocese in Europe (a diocese of the Church of England) and a member of the Anglican Communion. The Chaplaincy has been serving the Algarve since 1963: you can read about their history on the About of their the Chaplaincy page. They are a diverse group of people united in seeking to follow Christ.

You can visit their site here:

Diocese in Europe
Last Summer, The European Anglican featured the story of Paul Carr who, supported by a group of churches on Spain’s Costa del Sol, embarked on a project to work with refugees and migrants in Greece. Here is his latest news. (Pg 7 on “read more”)
Recent Activities

💙❤️ CC Home Projects - Student Support ❤️ Igor is 17 years old, he is a student at Aloha College and we are just blown...

Posted by Collective Calling on Tuesday, May 14, 2019

💙❤️ CC Local Projects ❤️ We are excited to announce that this year Collective Calling will be running a summer camp 💙...

Posted by Collective Calling on Tuesday, May 21, 2019

CC HOME PROJECTS - ❤ Locally, in Andalusia, Collective Calling runs Homeless Support & Art Therapy from the CCBase....

Posted by Collective Calling on Wednesday, February 27, 2019

💙❤️ Centre of Hope - Update Solar power has been installed, we now have power at the Centre of Hope. We are so close now to rescuing 32 children from the streets. #CollectiveCalling

Posted by Collective Calling on Monday, May 13, 2019

💙We are excited to announce that Collective Calling has been chosen by Aloha College for its benefiting charity of...

Posted by Collective Calling on Friday, April 12, 2019

💙❤ CC HOME PROJECTS - Yesterday, CC Founders Paul & Gemma Carr were invited to attend an interactive conference in their...

Posted by Collective Calling on Friday, May 10, 2019
Persons with Disabilities

It was great meeting the full team of our partnered local NGO, DRST – disability Relief Services Tanzania today in Nyarugusu refugee camp.

Hospital visit

We were led to visit the local hospital in Kasulu today. The conditions are of a standard that is unimaginable to us in Europe.

Children with disabilities census

Thank you all for your prayers, they make a tremendous impact to us and more importantly the people here.


CC Base Homeless Support

The CC Base offer various services to our homeless friends here in Spain. Thank you to everyone that has support our efforts with donations of clothing, time and food, we couldn´t do it without you.

We Were Created to Serve

Our team have had a great few days entertaining vulnerable children here in Fes. It really is a privilege and an honor to serve these precious children.


Dignity & Empowerment

During our talks with groups that have been formed of persons with disabilities by DRS-Tanzania, we identified many areas that required support and we made a decision to work towards empowering livelihoods initially.

Marbella with Love

We are grateful for “Marbella with Love” choosing Collective Calling as their benefiting charity for this exciting new initiative.

Identification Process

Part of our program in Nyarugusu camp in collaboration with DRS-Tanzania, requires the identification of persons with disabilities and then forming those persons into groups.

Morocco Mission Experience

Our team have successfully dropped off the following donated items from Spain, which are destined for sub Saharan refugees in Casablanca.

Art Therapy

Art therapy classes at the CC Base have commenced and the first 3 persons to benefit from this project enjoyed their day at the CC Base. 

Being His light and Love

Our second delivery of aid, which is destined for Sub-Saharan refugees residing in Morocco, Casablanca, has successfully been received in Tangier.