Our celebrity supporters
At Christian Aid, we do all we can to make sure our message gets out there. Our supporters from the worlds of arts and entertainment play a massive part in this.
Through their enormous and ongoing commitment they help make sure stories about our partners' amazing work reach as many people as possible, from TV audiences to our political leaders.
Soul star Beverley Knight's ongoing work with Christian Aid began with her trip to see HIV work in Brazil in 2002. Most recently, the singer fronted our Christmas 2011 appeal.
Hollywood actress Hayley Atwell travelled to Nicaragua for Christian Aid Week to see the work of coffee co-operative Soppexcca.
Hayley in Nicaragua
Model Lily Cole travelled to Thailand to raise awareness of the challenges faced by Burmese refugees who have fled there.
Lily visits refugee camp
Actor Nicholas Hoult visited a water and sanitation project in the Nairobi slums for Christian Aid Week.
Nicholas in Kenya
Blur bassist Alex James visited Burkina Faso to find out how farmers in the developing world are adapting to the challenges of climate change.
Alex visits Burkina Faso
Pearl and Daisy Lowe
Fashionistas Pearl and Daisy Lowe visited the favelas of Brazil to see how a Christian Aid-funded fashion scheme is making a difference to women's lives.
Favela fashion project
EastEnders star Kara Tointon went to Zambia to highlight our work on HIV and our Present Aid programme.
Kara in Zambia
Actress and environmental campaigner Greta Scacchi has been a great supporter of our climate change campaign.
My Family star Kris Marshall travelled deep into the Bolivian Amazon to see at first hand our work there.
Kris' Bolivia trip
Gardener and television presenter Diarmuid Gavin observed multi-storey gardens designed to conserve soil and water in Kenya.
Diarmuid in Kenya
Soul star Lemar has taken two trips with Christian Aid, visiting our projects in Ethiopia and Uganda.
Lemar in Africa
Actress Jill Halfpenny visited India to see our work with dalit communities and tsunami survivors.
Jill's India trip
London-born stage and screen actor Damian Lewis starred in a different kind of film for Christian Aid.
Actress Suranne Jones has travelled to Africa twice with Christian Aid, visiting projects in Sierra Leone, and the Democratic Republic of Congo with friend Sally Lindsay.
Sierra Leone and the DRC
Actor and playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah travelled to Senegal to meet onion farmers marginalised because of unfair trade laws.
Kwame in Senegal
Boyzone singer Ronan Keating has been a trade justice ambassador since 2004 when he travelled with us to Ghana.
Ronan's Christian Aid work