Leprosy is a significant but manageable problem, and with enough help, it can be overcome within our lifetime or our children's lifetime. We have already made so much progress and by joining with us now you can be part of something amazing: the generation that is responsible for eradicating the causes and consequences of leprosy once and for all.
This year World Leprosy Day falls on Sunday 29th January and I invite you to take a few minutes on that morning to remember people affected by leprosy.
Your prayer is important to us and the work we do. Find out more.
Moneyboxes are for everyone! You can have a moneybox at home, or take one to your school, church or workplace. They are a simple and fun way to help people disadvantaged by poverty and leprosy in the developing world. Find out more.
Every year, a team of runners, joggers and walkers participate in the Auckland Marathon to raise awareness and project funding for families affected by leprosy. Find out more.
Each year, we choose a group of enthusiastic young people to become advocates for the vital work we do with leprosy-affected individuals and their families. Find out more.
Volunteers are always welcome and appreciated at The Leprosy Mission. Find out how you can help.