Find out about the latest Christian Aid Scotland events and fundraising activities in your area:
An Elegant Affair - Hamilton
Saturday 27 August, sittings at 1pm and 3pm
Hamilton Salvation Army, Burnblea Street, Hamilton, ML3 6RB
Hamilton Salvation Army hosts two sittings of afternoon tea. Tickets are £6 per person, with all proceeds to Christian Aid.
Concert - Aberdeen
Friday 2 September, 7.30pm
Craigiebuckler Parish Church, Springfield Road, Aberdeen, AB15 8AA
Musicians associated with the North East of Scotland Music School perform in aid of Christian Aid.
Featuring Adam Auchie on piano, Gordon Cooper on jazz piano and Laura Gow on clarinet, plus soprano Rachael Philip and baritone Kenneth Petrie, with Harry Williamson accompanying.
Tickets, including refreshments, are £8 and are available from the church office on 01224 315649 or at email@example.com, or on the door on the night.
Coffee morning - Dumfries
Saturday 17 September, 10am to 12 noon
The Usual Place, Academy Street, Dumfries, DG1 1BZ
Tickets are £3.50, including tea/coffee and a selection of home baking, £2 for children under 12, and £10 for a family.
Expect a range of stalls including crafts, cake and candy, Traidcraft, china and glass, books and toys, and plants.
Proceeds will go to Christian Aid Scotland's South Asia community partnership.
Care for Creation conference - Bridge of Allan
Saturday 1 October, 10am
Bridge of Allan Parish Church, 12 Keir Street, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, FK9 4NW
Join the Church of Scotland, Christian Aid, the Church of Scotland Guild, Eco-Congregation Scotland and international partners to learn more about care for creation in Scotland and across the world.
Speakers from around the world will be sharing the impact of climate change on the lives of communities across the continents and all participants will join workshops to explore how we can respond in Scotland.
Christian Aid's Senior Adviser on climate change, Mohamed Adow and Christian Aid's Bolivia programme officer, Cecilia Cordova, will be among those participating.
Other speakers will include Charles Agboklu (Ghana), Jacqueline Spence (Jamaica), Per Ivar (Norway), Afiwa Allahare (Kenya) and Matthew Punnackudu (India), as well as Rt Rev John Chalmers of the Church of Scotland, and Lorna Murray from Eco-congregation Scotland.
Book your place now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to get involved with any of our UK-wide fundraising events and challenges - whether you fancy running the Edinburgh Marathon, trekking Hadrian's Wall or cycling to Paris - check out our Events section and get registered!