The latest news and views from Christian Aid Scotland.
Scotland's Climate March
Join us in Edinburgh on Saturday 28 November as part of a global weekend of climate action.
Show your colours
70th anniversary conference
More than 130 people, including Christian Aid partners from three continents, attended our 70th anniversary conference.
70 Munros challenge
Looking back at an inspiring year of walking and reflecting on Christian Aid's work.
We did it!
10 Years of the International Development Fund
Over the past 10 years, the Scottish Government's International Development Fund has supported Christian Aid's programmes in Malawi, Bangladesh and India.
Christian Aid’s legacy of hope in Haiti
An inspirational Christian Aid exhibition, featuring photos and artwork from Haiti, is touring Scotland.
A new show about climate change, jointly commissioned by Christian Aid, is touring Scotland in November.
Find a show
Join our journey in 2016 as we take to the way-marked trails of Scotland.
Take One Action Film Festival
Christian Aid Scotland supports Take One Action Film Festival, which celebrates the people and movies that are changing the world.
Films and more
To Paris and Beyond!
In the lead up to December's UN climate talks in Paris, there are a number of ways to take climate action with Christian Aid Scotland.
Community partnership - Balaka, Malawi
By supporting our latest community partnership, your church can help a community hold healthcare providers to account in Malawi.
Use Will Aid this November to support Christian Aid
A simple way to support nine great charities including Christian Aid.
Find out more
A Harvest thanksgiving
Mark 70 years of Christian Aid by helping us to reduce long-term poverty this Harvest time.
Christian Aid Week near you
Once more, the dedication of thousands of supporters ensured a successful Christian Aid Week.
What a week
70 Years of Christian Aid
Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Kathy Galloway, reflects on her own early experiences of Christian Aid, and the lifelong dedication of many Christian Aid supporters.
Scotland's response to the Nepal Earthquakes
Christian Aid supporters, and the general public in Scotland, have responded generously to the need of the Nepalese people.
Speak up for the love of: day of climate action
Christian Aid Scotland invites you to join us for a day of climate action at Westminster.
Come with us
For the love of displaced families in Malawi
Jen Clark has just returned from Malawi where she saw first-hand the impact of the worst flooding to hit the country in nearly two decades.
Discover the moving stories of Malawi mothers
A new touring exhibition reveals the challenges mothers face in Malawi, and the work Christian Aid is doing to overcome them.
Count Your Blessings: A reflective journey through Lent
The Church of Scotland's daily reflections for Lent build on our popular Count Your Blessings calendar.
Tell Scotland's new First Minister what you love
Climate change is threatening the things we love most. Our children's futures. Our hobbies. Our passions. Our lifestyles.
Christian Aid Scotland annual review
A look back at what Christian Aid Scotland achieved in 2014.
Reporting back from India
Keryn Banks recently travelled to India to visit our Scottish Government-funded Inclusive Economic Development project.
Scotland responds to the Ebola crisis
Kathy Galloway, chair of the DEC Ebola Crisis Appeal in Scotland, explains how the country is responding to the crisis.
Malawi funding success
We've secured Scottish Government funding for a new project that will help communities access clean water.
We need climate action in 2015
2015 will be a big year for climate action, says Campaigns Officer Diane Green.
Christian Aid Scotland's response to the Scottish referendum on independence.
A welcome and urgent call for peace
Christian Aid Scotland welcomes the Church of Scotland's call for peace in Gaza.
A commonwealth of care
The keynote speech from our recent Commonwealth Poverty Monologues event.
Read the speech
One million ways to make a difference
Every action you take on climate change is part of a much bigger picture.
12 Days of Commonwealth
Showcasing the life-changing work of our partners across the Commonwealth.
Malawi blog: helping mums give birth safely
Mary Mulligan, Churches Development Officer, has recently returned from a visit to our Scottish Government funded maternal health project in Malawi. Mary shares her experiences.
Christian Aid Week 2014
Another fantastically successful Christian Aid Week has just drawn to a close. Thank you to everyone who took part.
For the love of campaign
Our new climate change campaign, For the love of, is one of a number of exciting ways to take climate action with us. Tell us what you love.
Success with the Scottish Procurement Reform Bill
Christian Aid campaigners have helped to ensure that the Scottish Procurement Reform Bill has delivered a fair trade boost.
What we achieved
Christian Aid Week visitor from Brazil
During Christian Aid Week, Mara Luz, Christian Aid's Deputy Head of Latin America and the Caribbean, visited Scotland.
Malawi partnership under way
An update on the early achievements of our maternal health project in Karonga District, Malawi.
A million reasons why
House-to-house collections are integral to the success of Christian Aid Week and the work of Christian Aid.
Changing attitudes towards domestic violence in Cambodia
To mark International Women's Day, Amy Menzies reflects on her recent visit to a Christian Aid partner in Cambodia that works with vulnerable victims of domestic violence.
Recipes for change
Christian Aid Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church have launched a new cookbook together.
Get your copy
Land is life
Christian Aid Scotland team member Amy Menzies recently visited Christian Aid partners in Cambodia.
Reporting back from Bolivia
Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Kathy Galloway, recently visited a Christian Aid partner in the Bolivian rainforest.
Celebrating the IF campaign
Christian Aid Scotland's senior policy and advocacy advisor, Chris Hegarty, looks back at what the IF campaign achieved in Scotland.