Dozens of charitable trusts and foundations provide our partners with vital support each year – from relatively well known organisations such as The Band Aid Trust to family foundations who know that we make their donations go a long way. We build long-term relationships with Trusts and Foundations who are supporting us in achieving real change
A grant from the Mercury Phoenix Trust is helping to decrease the number of mother to child HIV transmissions in Tamil Nadu, India. This work, undertaken by long-term Christian Aid partner Arogya Agam will benefit poor, marginalised women and their children. In addition, Christian Aid’s advocacy work will help to sensitise thousands more to the dangers of HIV and how to prevent infection.
The Band Aid Trust has supported Christian Aid for several years on projects that have included food security initiatives for internally displaced people in Uganda to helping to provide clean water for rural communities in Ethiopia. Without the support of The Band Aid Trust, projects such as these, that have reached tens of thousands of people, would not have been possible.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation is supporting Christian Aid and our partner the Zambia Anglican Council to implement an ambitious programme to eradicate malaria in key sites on Zambia’s borders. Community volunteers are working to provide tens of thousands of long-lasting, insecticide-treated nets to vulnerable households, carry out malaria education and prevention activities in their communities and diagnose and treat patients. Efforts like these at the country’s borders are vital to the success of the fight against malaria in Zambia. Through their support of our programme, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation is playing a key role in helping Zambia to achieve its goal of eliminating malaria by 2025.
Christian Aid also responds to emergencies around the world. By working through local partner organisations we are able to immediately react when disasters strike. Thanks to support from trusts such as The Haddon Trust, we not only respond to the immediate needs of local people, but we remain there for the long-term. This helps people to re-build their lives and livelihoods, which are so often terribly damaged during an emergency.
The difference you can make...
£4,000 could pay for a well in Ethiopia to provide clean and accessible water for an entire village
£8,000 could pay for the construction of a ten stall sanitation block with showers, toilets and a water kiosk in Kenya to help improve sanitation and health in one community area of Nairobi.
£50,000 could rebuild 30 cyclone-destroyed homes in Burma. These houses would have corrugated iron roofs, timber floors and bamboo walls. They provide shelter, safety and security for those affected by cyclones, helping them to rebuild their lives.