We have more than 100 chaplains and ship visitors in 91 global ports, with wider projects and services covering 27 countries. We visit many thousands of ships in port each year and have a number of building, education and welfare programmes in communities where seafarers live.
We have a long history dating back to 1818, but are innovative in our approach to helping seafarers and their families, using cutting edge technology.
We have created apps to improve seafarers’welfare and are providing transport to ensure children get to and from school safely. Where we find a need, we find a way.
Our projects are transforming lives around the world
Seafarers face challenges every day. Violent storms, extreme loneliness and isolation and the threat of piracy and even hijacking by terrorists. Why not challenge yourself to help them.
An incredible weekend of team bonding, this all-inclusive event includes canoeing, abseiling, trekking and water chutes, click here to find out more.
It is our aim to have a volunteer in every port around the UK (to start with anyway!) Whether you could help fundraise, tell people in your church or community about our work or even get involved in visiting seafarers, we need you.