Carve a heart – Manchester


Last year October 2015 – Carve A Heart  campaign was a big success and World Vision were overwhelmed by all of your support and the brilliant pumpkins.

Our donations make a huge difference to the lives of many children living in fear around the world.

This Halloween, Carve a Heart is a great way for you and your church to reach communities in the UK and overseas to show the love of God to people living in a dark world.

There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear

– (NIV) 1 John 4:10

For 2016 we are offering you exciting opportunities and alternatives for Halloween that will help your Church bring hope in what could otherwise be a night of fear.

Watch our film (below) to find out how your church can have a fun, alternative to Halloween.


Says world vision, “Thank you to everyone who shared their pumpkin photos with us on Facebook, view these fantastic creations as well as photos of the journey our very special pumpkin carriage made around the UK in our Carve A Heart Facebook Album »

This Halloween – and every night – millions of children face a night of fear. It isn’t fun or exciting and it isn’t a choice for one night. 31 October is simply another night of facing hardship, loneliness, abuse, hunger or conflict.

World Vision is in the world’s hardest places tonight and every night. Right now, we are comforting children as they wake from nightmares of abuse, helping girls and boys forced into marriage or hard labour and protecting children fleeing bombs and disasters.

By carving a heart in your pumpkin and texting HEART to 70060 to donate £5 you will be showing you care and help us to bring hope to even more children.

Children like Srey**, Abishek, Harriet and Sara**  Read their stories »

Following from last year, there are three more new dates as follows:

The dates taking place in Cathedrals are:

– Fri 28th Oct: London

Sat 29th Oct: Peterborough (details to follow)

Sun 30th Oct: Manchester

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