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Love Makes a Way 

Love Makes a Way is a ground-breaking campaign of nonviolent love in action, seeking compassion for people seeking asylum.

Gifts of $2 or more are tax deductible.

What will my donation be used for?

1. To train and support thousands of people to put nonviolent love in action

2. To empower churches to take powerful public action that reflects Christ-like love

3. To advise and equip churches who have offered Sanctuary for those facing deportation and to prepare their supporters in the wider community

4. To continue to build a movement of people all over Australia seeking compassion for people seeking asylum