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7 days, so many ways

With your help, we can work towards a world where families can escape the trap of poverty and fulfil their ambitions. Seven days, so many ways to fund lasting change. 

This Christian Aid Week, what will you do?

Fundraise with us 

From community events to individual challenges, Christian Aid Week is seven days of fundraising fun – your way, to fund lasting change.

Take part and fundraise as part of our new 70K in May challenge, or choose your own event. However you fundraise, together we can beat extreme poverty. 

Register to be the first to hear more when we launch 2 March 2024. 

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Supporters cheer on runners raising money for Christian Aid in the 2019 London Marathon Credit: Christian Aid / Luke MacGregor
Supporters cheer on runners raising money for Christian Aid in the 2019 London Marathon

Campaign with us

Poverty in a world of plenty is a scandal. But we believe in a story that brings hope. Be part of the global movement.

Volunteer with us

Become a Christian Aid volunteer and make a huge difference to people living in poverty worldwide.
Your Christian Aid Week gift

Push back against the inhumanity of poverty this Christian Aid Week. Donate today.

How your support makes a difference

With your support, more families can build reliable and diverse incomes that bring them food security, better health, safer homes, increased resilience and hope.

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Aline Nibogora was living on the streets of Burundi, pushed to the brink of survival. But Aline pushed back harder and escaped extreme poverty with the support of Christian Aid. Credit: Ndacayisaba Epitace
Aline Nigobora stands in front of her home, She wears a pink top and green skirt and is looking in the camera with a neutral expression

Poverty pushed Alline to the brink of survival.

Aline felt the full force of extreme poverty when an early marriage ended in abuse and violence.

Separated from her six children, she was forced to sleep on the streets of Burundi. No home. No healthcare. No security.

But Aline was determined to push back against the inhumanity of poverty, driven by hope, faith and the love of her children. She transformed her life with a little help from Christian Aid.

  • £5

    could buy the savings book that will help someone set up the small business that enables them to escape the inhumanity of poverty.

  • £27

    could buy the lockable safe that protects a community’s savings, hopes and dreams.

  • £100

    could provide ten people with the training that supports their families to set up small businesses, such as selling home-grown vegetables.

Please give today

Your donation will help push back against the inhumanity of poverty this Christian Aid Week.
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Aline reunited with her three sons Vyukesenge, Fisto and Irumva. Behind them, the new home they’re building together brick by brick in Makamba Province, Burundi. Credit: Armstrong Too
Aline Nibogora posses with her three sons (from left to right) Vyukesenge Aubi, Fisto Niyoyandemye and Irumva Devis Infront of her new house which is under construction on August 2nd 2023 in Kayagoro village, Makamba, Burundi.