Solidarités Anglicanes exists to offer financial support to individuals and families in need, whether members of the church or not, as well as to charitable organizations. This association, which complies fully with French tax laws, allows our community to contribute to these individuals and charities. It also oversees and organizes the finances for the LAC Counselling Service.
Support for asylum seekers
Solidarités Anglicanes has signed the Charte de l’Association Catholique pour l’Accueil et l’Accompagnement des Migrants (ACLAAM), making us part of a cooperative network that focuses on welcoming and helping asylum seekers.
Support in an emergency
If you are aware of a person or a situation requiring urgent help, please
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for charities
TCL members have been actively involved in charitable work over the years. Through Solidarités Anglicanes, the church currently gives financial assistance to l’Armée du Salut, working tirelessly to help the most needy families and individuals here in our own city.
Where does the money come from?
- Social events (meals, talks, games, quizzes and more)
- Cake, book and craft sales
- Contributions from the counselling service
- Donations and membership fees
Donating to Solidarités Anglicanes
If you would like to help SA continue its support of people in our community, a suggested donation of 20 euros is appreciated. Or let us know if you would like to make a specific donation to an individual. French cheques must be made out to Solidarités Anglicanes.
Direct transfer of funds from your bank account can be done using these bank account details:
Code banque – 30002
Code Guichet – 01084
Numéro de Compte – 0000098856M
Clé RIB – 60
Domiciliation – CL CALUIRE P. BRUNIER
Intitulé du Compte –
SOLIDARITES ANGLICANE DE LYON
IBAN – : FR12 3000 2010 8400 0009 8856 M60
Code B.I.C – CRLYFRPP
The church-based counselling service offers professional counselling in English and in French to people within and outwith the church community. The trained counsellors wish to offer hope, help, and an opportunity for self-development through acceptance, support, guidance, and a listening ear. (LACCS does not charge a fee for its services but does ask for a donation of 30 euros/session in order to cover the real costs of the service. Solidarités Anglicanes oversees the financial aspects of LACCS.)
Currently the counsellor is:
- Linda Lemon
Masters in Rehabilitation Counselling, Virginia Commonwealth University USA
For more information or for an appointment, call 06 77 25 84 21