What you can do

There are lots of ways you can support the work of The Little Way Association.


We get a continuous stream of requests for help from those in need in the developing world.  If you would like to help us in this work please click on theDonate Now link above.


Some supporters volunteer to work at our London headquarters at Sacred Heart House.  Because of such volunteers we are able to keep our costs down and send all the money we receive to those in need without deduction.  Those with secretarial experience who can volunteer to help over a period of time would be very welcome.  We also need help running our Pilgrimage Centres at Knock (Ireland) and Walsingham (in Norfolk). If you would like to volunteer for any of this work please email us giving details of your work experience at contact@littlewayassociation.com

Prayer Support

St. Therese believed that by living a contemplative life of prayer and service she was able to support the wider church working far beyond the walls of her convent.  She hope to “preach the Gospel to the farthest islands to the end of time”.   Please support our work through your prayers.  St. Therese believed that by trusting in God and regular prayer we can reach out to others and spread the Gospel.

Promote us

Please ask us for copies of our booklet if you are able to use them to help make known the message of Saint Therese and our work for the missions, e.g. giving them to friends, relatives or others who may be interested.  Do consider asking your parish priest if he is agreeable to a few of our booklets being left at the back of the church.

 Your gift has supported our drugs prevention programme for children and adolescents here in Chile. Thank you
 We have selected 25 children who are weak and malnourished and they are provided with milk, egg and biscuits in the morning before they go to school - Holy Spirit Sisters, India

Recent Projects

Franciscan Sisters are looking after 75 AIDS affected children in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Sr Margaret McDermott writes that: "your funds enabled us to continue feeding...

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...

Drought due to unreliable rainfall is a constantly recurring problem in Tanzania. When the rains don't come, the crops wither and die.

Hundreds of thousands of people have lost everything following Nepal's devastating earthquake. We are sending funds to those in need through the Salesians of Don Bosco.

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AIDS affected children   South Africa

Digging Wells - India

Drought and Food shortage - Tanzania

Earthquake Relief in Nepal