Global discipleship for a changing world
  • Focus on Discipleship in North India

    " As we look around our churches here in North India we are painfully aware of how much we have failed to help our people to be disciples."... Read More >>>

  • Senior Official Baptised, Accused, Vindicated, Promoted

    A senior official in a ‘closed’ Asian country* faced a challenge beyond his political influence: his daughter was losing her sight and the... Read More >>>

  • International Provision Through a Basket of Vegetables

    A couple from a poor Mexican context work for a Faith2Share member in the Middle East. Recently, they were worried about their supervisor’s... Read More >>>

  • Witchcraft Doesn't Work!

    ‘We think witchcraft doesn’t work!’ said local people who had been seeking to oppose the ministry of a Faith2Share member movement through... Read More >>>

Our mission is to enable effective collaborations between mission movements and leaders
– working together globally to share faith and change lives.

Annual RePORTS & ACCOUNTS

You can download and view our Annual Reports below which contain our independently examined accounts. We are a charity registered in England and Wales and accountable to the Charity Commission.

We are committed to transparency with and accountability to the people, projects, supporters and network stakeholders with whom we work.

Annual Report & Accounts 2015-16

Annual Report & Accounts 2014-15

Annual Report & Accounts 2013-14

Annual Report & Accounts 2012-13

Annual Report & Accounts 2011-12


If you require any further information please contact: F2S@faith2share.net.

INCOME 2014-15

EXPENDITURE 2014-15

In 2015 Faith to Share worked relationally with over 50 mission movements, including 34 network members, delivered quality training through 5 consultations across Asia, Africa and Europe, equipped over 500 leaders and practitioners, and facilitated more than 50 new connections and collaborations, working together globally to share faith and change lives.

Faith2Share Impact Statement 2014/15