Saltisford supports people and ministries all over the world.

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As part of Veritas College programme Saltisford supports a worker who spends his time bible teaching and training in Orissa India. This involves much travelling as leaders are trained in their own environment and do not have to leave their homes and professions to be trained elsewhere.
Salt Malawi are involved in church planting, training of church leaders and 'Farming God's Way', a method to increase the productivity of the land whilst encouraging local discipleship.  They have also been instrumental in setting up the Joseph Project feeding programme for the elderly, very young, sick or orphaned; and foster care for some AIDS orphans.
Igor is the pastor of Hope Church in Cahul, Modlova. Saltisford recently sent a team to visit the church. We also support Mark & Marie who have been involved in evangelism and discipleship in Moldova for many year.
Nepal Leprosy Trust (an NGO in Nepal and a registered charity in the UK) exists to work with people affected by leprosy and other marginalised groups. The organisation in Nepal has two main projects - Lal Gadh Leprosy Services Centre, based in a village in south east Nepal and the Kathmandu headquarters which runs a fair trade workshop as well as skills training and capacity building. It also provides sponsorship for children from very poor backgrounds to enable them to go to school.
Bethlehem Bible College in Palestine trains people to serve Christ in the world, advocating a Palestinian evangelical perspective, modelling Christ through community development. 
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Bob works for Counties across Warwickshire and further afield. Explaining the Christian faith and supporting churches.
We also support lots of local and national organisations like Gideons, Open Doors, CrossTeach, New Hope, Home for Good, Christians Against Poverty, Foodbank, Thrive Youth Ministries.
Since 2001 Saltisford has partnered with a church in a small mining town. We have helped them financially with the cost of materials and labour for renovation of their building. Teams from Warwick have visited them to help in practical ways and with evangelism.

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