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Rose Katanu Jonathan sitting on the dry land caused by extreme drought in Dili Village, Kitui.

Rose Katanu Jonathan sitting on the dry land caused by extreme drought in Dili Village, Kitui. - Tom Pilston/ Christian Aid

10 - 16 May 2021

Christian Aid Week is here!

The climate emergency is one of the greatest injustices we face. Together we stop this climate crisis.

Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

1.7m
people in need reached by our humanitarian programmes
57k
volunteers gave their time and talents during Christian Aid Week
12k
churches took part in fundraising activities
A cup of tea

Tea Time Prayer

Say a tea-time prayer in solidarity with those experiencing the worst of climate injustice.

Create your e-envelope

Our e-envelope is designed to support you in your fundraising this Christian Aid Week.
A woman in Benue state Nigeria very happy to recieve a COVID hygiene kit from Christian Aid

Give thanks for your vaccine

Help protect the most vulnerable people for whom the coronavirus vaccine is out of reach.

Take action ahead of the G7

At the G7 we’re asking the UK government to play a leading role to help crack the crises to build a fairer and greener world for all. ​

As we can’t be physically present in Cornwall to raise our voices, we need to make sure the Prime Minister hears our voice another way. ​

There are lots of ways for you and your church to get involved and keep building a fairer world for all. 

Campaigners at a climate change lobby with Christian Aid

Donate to Christian Aid

We'll use your donations to help families around the world to overcome poverty and injustice, wherever the need is greatest.