Build hope for communities like Imote's in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
At the end of one of the most difficult years the world has faced, we invite you to stand together with us to build hope for the poorest and most vulnerable people. In the face of storms, drought and disease, your love builds hope.
Your love builds hope for young people like Imote in Nigeria, who has struggled to feed his young family due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Your love builds hope for mothers like Kawite in Ethiopia, a mother on the frontline of the climate crisis.
Join us this Christmas to build hope for communities facing terrible crises across the world.
Your support will enable us to reach communities wherever the need is greatest.
Imote Ioryue, 21, sadly lost both of his parents at a young age and was left to care for his nine siblings, alone.
Due to the devastating coronavirus pandemic, he has been unable to sell the produce from his farm, leaving him unable to buy food or basic household supplies.
Thanks to the faithful and generous giving of our supporters, Imote received cash support from Christian Aid so he can continue to support his young family.
Let's help more families like Imote's this Christmas.
A mother on the frontline of the climate crisis. Learn how love builds hope for Kawite and her family.
There's still time to order Christmas cards that support Christian Aid through Traidcraft. Choose from a range of handmade cards with designs of the Christmas story as well as beautiful winter scenes.
The Church of England is joining forces with Christian Aid for a special service of lessons and carols with participants from around the world. Join us at 9am on 22 December to stand up for righteousness and justice.
Love never fails. Even when crisis threatens, love builds hope.
Love builds hope in some of the world’s toughest places.
Love builds resilience in some of the world’s fiercest climates.
In the face of disease, drought and darkness, hope remains.
This Christmas, we stand with our neighbours near and far in crisis.
With hope, we build foundations of love that will transform lives.
Our traditions may look different in this year of social distance, yet love is never distant.
Love calls us to action.