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Christian Aid Week 10-16 May

Rose needs every last drop of water to survive the drought. Donate to help her stop this climate crisis.

Please refer to our Coronavirus guidance for Christian Aid Week events and activities

Droughts are now more frequent and more intense due to the climate crisis. Rose and her family, and millions of people in Kenya, are struggling to get enough food and water.

Your gift could help a community build an earth dam, so when the rains do come, they will have the water they need to live. People like Rose need every last drop to survive the drought.

Together we stop this climate crisis.

Every envelope. Every gift. You can change lives.

We made such a difference together last year. Will you stand with us again?

We fought poverty

£8m
Together we raised this incredible amount to help poor communities

We stood together

57k
This is how many of you gave your time to take part in Christian Aid Week

We raised funds

2266
You requested this many packs to support your Big Brekkie fundraising

Donate to Christian Aid Week

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

Telephone and postal donations

Unfortunately under the current circumstances regarding Covid-19, there is a delay to processing donations by post. Please give via the website where possible or call 020 7523 2269 to donate by telephone.

Paying directly into our bank account

For details on how to pay money directly into our bank account please call 020 7523 2226.

Payroll giving

Did you know that you can make a regular, tax-free donation to Christian Aid directly from your pay packet?

To find out more, email info@christian-aid.org or call 020 7523 2046

Resources

Worship

Pray, reflect, celebrate, campaign

Publicity

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Demand a New Deal for Climate Justice

Sign our petition to the Prime Minister.
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