More than eighteen maritime organizations have generously donated a combined £600,000 to The Mission to Seafarer’s Flying Angel Campaign to help address the severe welfare issues facing seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Champions Unite is an international campaign in support of seafarer welfare, in which participants have 90 days to reach their challenge goal and hit their fundraising target.
Leading international seafarer welfare charity, The Mission to Seafarers has extended nominations for its annual Seafarers’ Awards, hosted in Singapore, until 30th September.
The latest Seafarers Happiness Index, published by The Mission to Seafarers, has revealed the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the welfare of international seafarers and their families.
International seafarer welfare charity, The Mission to Seafarers, announced that its annual Sea Sunday celebrations will be broadcast online, connecting seafarers around the world during this global crisis.
RightShip has announced support for The Mission to Seafarers in their work to protect the well-being of seafarers around the world, with an unrestricted donation of US$25,000.
Maritime charity sets out major programme to support seafarers as Covid-19 conditions continue to impact welfare
Maritime charity welcomes Esben Poulsson and Dr Grahaeme Henderson as inaugural Vice-Presidents to assist in protecting and supporting seafarers
The Mission to Seafarers supports Philippine Government in repatriation of seafarers. Maritime charity dedicates resources to thousands of seafarers needing repatriation during Manila lockdown