Author: Tim Farquhar

Patrick Regan knows what it’s like to face medical uncertainty. The founder of Kintsugi Hope developed a degenerative knee condition that required major limb reconstruction surgery. The procedure involved breaking both of his legs in two places and screwing a large external frame into his legs....

Are you coming to Big Church Day out this year? If you are, do come and say hello to us at our Mercy Ships stand. We’d love to talk to you about how you and your church can make history by helping Mercy Ships eradicate diseases...

This incredible woman is named Fanta. For 10 long years, she carried this enormous tumour on her arm, hiding it under her clothes as best she could. The tumour weighed 10lbs, or 4.5kg. That’s the equivalent of nine 500g bags of sugar or three 1.5-litre bottles...

Mercy Ships is proud to be a partner of Spring Harvest 2018. Since early April, we have been on the ground in Minehead, Skegness and Harrogate, talking with attendees and listening to incredible stories. We have been inspired by the Spring Harvest theme of developing...

As many of our Mercy Ships family of supporters and partners know, the charity sector is undergoing intense scrutiny over how organisations handle accusations of sexual impropriety. We believe it’s important for everyone to know that Mercy Ships welcomes this scrutiny and believes that transparency...

HELP ERADICATE DISEASES OF POVERTY