Our name comes from the “little way” of St. Therese of Lisieux, an enclosed Carmelite nun who lived in 19th century France. She saw her vocation as reaching far beyond the convent walls helping those in need throughout the world. The “little way” involves finding the spiritual in the little things of ordinary life. In this way, all of us can play our part in creating a better world. If you would like to help us in our work please consider supporting The Little Way Association by praying for our work, by making a donation (see the Donations page) or by volunteering to help at our headquarters in Sacred Heart House, London.
AIDS affected children - South Africa
Digging Wells - India
Drought and Food shortage - Tanzania
Earthquake Relief in Nepal
St. Therese and the Little Way
“Your financial support enabled us to build four low cost houses for the most needy families in Warangal, India”
“Burkina Faso was badly affected by the floods which devastated many villages. Your generosity has enabled us to get emergency help to those families in greatest need”.
Many people in developing countries do not have access to safe, fresh water. Digging wells for communities is an important part of our work, particularly in drought...