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Texto: BOAT - Blackfriars Overseas Aid Trust - Blackfriars Donate Search_Gold Donate Search_Gold Study Study at Blackfriars Study at Blackfriars Why Choose Blackfriars? Oxford University degrees Visiting Students Research Research at Blackfriars Aquinas Institute Las Casas Institute Visiting Scholars Library Online Resources New Blackfriars Journal Student Area New Students Blackfriars Hall Student Information Blackfriars Studium Student Information Lectures and Classes Community Life Community Life Mass & Service Times Mass & Service Times Request a Mass Latest News Events Calendar Groups Groups Aquinas Group BOAT – Overseas Aid Lay Dominicans Poverty in Britain Group Thomistic Institute Vacancies Discover About Blackfriars What is Blackfriars? Blackfriars: Oxford University Hall The Studium: Training Priests The Priory Community People History Visual Tour Supporters & Alumni Supporting Blackfriars Donate Now Donate Now Request a Mass Other Ways to Donate Alumni Area Contact Offices & General Contact People Blackfriars > Community Life > Groups > BOAT – Blackfriars Overseas Aid Trust BOAT – Blackfriars Overseas Aid Trust Reg. Charity 288585 Who We Are Welcome to BOAT!   Our charity was founded in 1984 by a group from the 9.30 Family Mass at Blackfriars in Oxford, who wanted to reach out to communities across the world. We have two charitable aims – the relief of poverty and the advancement of education, in Asia, Africa and South and Central America.  In practice that translates into support for a range of projects (16 or 17 at any one time) mainly in the areas of health, community development or education.   What We Do We want our funding really to “make a difference”, so we support small-scale or grass-roots projects with regular grants (currently around £2,500 a year).  Occasionally we make a one-off grant (for things like water tanks or grinding mills).  More often a project will be funded for three years and then considered for renewal on a rolling basis. We always look for projects with some link to the congregation or the Dominican order.  Though many have Catholic links, that is not a condition, and we don’t fund any form of evangelisation.  We aim to help communities find long-term solutions to their needs, rather than short-term fixes, although, from time to time, we do give money to help with emergencies.   Some of Our Projects Ethiopia – helping to provide education to the most disadvantaged in the village of Zizencho; Grenada and Nicaragua – providing better nutrition for schoolchildren, to improve their educational attainment; India – supporting a school for the children of rag pickers in a slum outside Delhi; Myanmar – enabling communities to have access to clean drinking water through the provision of water tanks; Peru – supporting a township project to reduce childhood malnutrition and domestic violence; Philippines – assisting the indigenous Subaanen people to access health care and education; Uganda – helping poor families in Kigumba become self-sufficient by setting up a poultry project. Information about the different projects supported by BOAT is contained in our Annual Report. In addition to our regular projects, we also support a project every year through donations raised specifically during Lent.  The BOAT Lenten Project is chosen by the 9.30 Family Mass congregation and, in 2018 (and 2017 and 2015), it was felt very strongly that the work of the Dominican Sisters in Iraq should be the object of our fundraising; the strength of this desire was reflected in the amounts raised (which have been larger than ever before). You can find out more about BOAT from the overview on the Charity Commission website by clicking here .   What Makes Us Special In 2017, we raised around £55,000 and gave grants of around £50,000 in total.  We spent under £620 on administration (bank costs and producing our annual report). We also have a personal link with all of our projects.  Each of our Trustees keeps in touch throughout the year with one or two projects and gets to understand the challenges and achievements of the people we are working with.  That’s often a very humbling experience and is a wonderful insight into the wider world for them and for the congregation as a whole.   How You Can Help We are very lucky in the generosity of the congregation at Blackfriars and a wider group of supporters.  We hold regular fundraising events (cafes, concerts, sales of recycled greetings cards and produce).  But we rely on the income we get from our regular donors to be sure we can commit to longer term funding.  If you would like to support our projects, please print out the standing order form and send it to BOAT, Porter’s Lodge, Blackfriars, St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LY. A Standing Order for regular donations, which can be cancelled by you at any time, greatly helps BOAT.  We need more people to give regularly so that we can predict over a year how much money we can send to our projects overseas. Download a Word version of the standing order   B.O.A.T. Privacy Notice – May 2018 Please see below for an explanation of why and how we use your data, and your rights in respect of that data. In line with the transparency and information objectives of the General Data Protection Regulation, also known as the GDPR, BOAT, as a data controller, wishes to provide supporters with the following information: Personal data we may hold The personal data we may hold includes your name and address, your telephone and email contact details, and your bank account details. We only collect data directly from you, often in connection with a Gift Aid declaration. Purposes of Processing We hold your data for our legitimate interests of keeping you informed about BOAT’s activities, maintaining our accounting and tax records and promoting our general charitable purposes. Recipients We do not share your personal data with third parties other than our professional advisors, as necessary, and with HMRC if you have completed a Gift Aid declaration. Retention Period As many of our supporters have completed Gift Aid declarations, the personal data we hold is part of our tax records. In line with our tax record- keeping obligations, we generally hold your personal data for a period of 7 years after your last contact with us. Data Subject Rights Under the GDPR, you may be entitled to obtain information on the processing of your personal data, to object to the processing of your personal data, to make use of your right to data portability and to have your personal data rectified or deleted or its processing restricted. You are also entitled to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, which is generally the supervisory authority where you work and/or are resident. If you have given us consent for the processing of your personal data, you are entitled to revoke such consent at any time. Such revocation will not affect our continued processing of this personal data if we are entitled to continue doing so for a lawful purpose under the GDPR. For example, we may determine that we need to maintain your personal data for our legitimate purpose of maintaining accurate Gift Aid records. Contact If you have any questions or concerns regarding the processing of your personal data or the terms of this Notice or want to exercise your rights as outlined above, you should contact John Thanassoulis or Filomena Nave at the following address: Blackfriars Overseas Aid Trust, c/o Blackfriars Priory, 64 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LY. Related Downloads BOAT Annual Report 2017 (3,348KB) BOAT Annual Report 2016 (1,887KB) BOAT Annual Report 2015 (3,258KB) Standing Order Form (25KB)   Community Life Community Life Community Life The Priory Mass & Service Times Mass & Service Times Request a Mass Latest News Events Calendar Groups Groups Aquinas Group BOAT – Blackfriars Overseas Aid Trust Lay Dominicans Poverty in Britain Group Thomistic Institute Vacancies Contact Study Study at Blackfriars Study at Blackfriars Why Choose Blackfriars? Oxford University degrees Visiting Students Research Research at Blackfriars Aquinas Institute Las Casas Institute Visiting Scholars Library Online Resources New Blackfriars Journal Student Area New Students Blackfriars Hall Student Information Blackfriars Studium Student Information Lectures and Classes Community Life Community Life Mass & Service Times Mass & Service Times Request a Mass Latest News Events Calendar Groups Groups Aquinas Group BOAT – Overseas Aid Lay Dominicans Poverty in Britain Group Thomistic Institute Vacancies Discover About Blackfriars What is Blackfriars? Blackfriars: Oxford University Hall The Studium: Training Priests The Priory Community People History Visual Tour Supporters & Alumni Supporting Blackfriars Donate Now Donate Now Request a Mass Other Ways to Donate Alumni Area Contact Offices & General Contact People Follow us


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