Support our work

There are many ways to support Novō and the individuals, families and communities we work alongside. Pray with us, donate to Novō’s work, engage your church and use our resources to spread awareness and help us on our mission to bring new life, peace and hope to people gripped by addiction.


At the centre of Novō Communities is Christ. Prayer is vital to everything we do.

You can sign up to receive monthly prayer updates so you can pray with us. Or, choose to pray now, and use the prayer section of our website to help guide your prayers for Novō Communities.

Support Novō in prayer

Get your church involved

Invite a guest speaker to join your church and share the vision and heart of Novō. Or why not ask your church to financially support Novō – we’re always looking for new church families to connect with and to pray for us.

We can supply you with resources, ideas and prayers to connect your church with Novō or come and visit ourselves!

Engage my church

Become a Novō Padrino

Novō’s funding comes from both regular giving and one-off donations. Both are vital to our work. Supporters who give regularly are affectionately known as Padrinos. They are our Godparents – caring for our community.

In Latino culture, Padrinos (or Godparents) are much more than honorific titles. Padrinos are involved in the lives of their godchildren in meaningful ways. By supporting Novō financially, you become a Novō Padrino, providing our residents with the precious opportunity to find freedom from addiction and new life in Christ.

Learn about being a Padrino

Equip yourself to help

Novō has years of experience caring for and journeying alongside people fighting addictions. 

Hope in Addiction is a book written by Novō’s founder Andy. He brings together personal stories, addiction theory, and front-line ministry experience to help readers understand and help those caught in the grip of addiction.

Hope in Addiction isn’t just about drug and alcohol addictions. It covers gambling, porn dependencies, workaholism, and internet addictions.

Learn more about the book