About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2018, 11:59 PM
Celebrating seafarers all over the world who work tirelessly to bring us the goods we rely on every day.
Sea Sunday is a special time for us to recognise and thank all seafarers who work under extremely difficult and dangerous circumstances. Loneliness, isolation, abandonment, limited contact with family and even shipwreck are just some of the conditions seafarers often face. The Mission to Seafarers is proud to have supported and cared for seafarers for over 160 years and we are passionate about providing crucial and urgent support to the 1.5 million seafarers across the globe.

About the Charity

Founded in 1856, The Mission to Seafarers is the world's largest international Christian Maritime welfare charity with teams in 200 ports across 8 regions, in over 50 countries.

With our Patron, Her Majesty, The Queen, and our President Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, The Mission to Seafarers offer help and support to merchant seafarers.

Through its 115 centres and volunteers, The Mission to Seafarers provides communications, stores, transport services, free advice and publications for seafarers as well as help in maritime emergencies.

Objectives of the Society shall be to provide a Christian ministry of spiritual and pastoral care and in so doing provide for an promote the spiritual, moral and social welfare of seafarers of all creeds and nationalities. In pursuance of this object, the Society will use every means consistent with the principles and received practice of the Anglican Communion.


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