A group of Christian Aid supporters in Scotland

About us

Christian Aid Scotland works alongside local churches and partners to bring an end to poverty around the world.

Christian Aid Scotland supports individuals, partners and churches to stamp out the global scandal of poverty.

We believe that poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of dignity, freedom and hope, of power over their own lives.

Through our international, humanitarian and advocacy work we tackle both its effects and root causes.

What we do

We inspire people of all faiths and none to challenge the root causes of poverty through fundraising, campaigning and awareness raising.

We speak about Christian Aid’s work in churches, schools and youth groups. We support volunteers and campaigners to take action against injustice. We organise events and host visitors from our partner organisations.

We work in close partnership with the Scottish Government, consulting on their climate change policies and advising on their overseas development work.

Our partnerships

We cannot reach our vision of an end to poverty alone. We are delighted to work in creative partnership with some of Scotland’s most passionately engaged advocacy organisations.

Our sponsoring churches

Scottish churches have an incredible commitment to social justice. Our sponsoring churches are:

Four other churches support Christian Aid through Scotland's ecumenical body, Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS). These are:

For more information about our work with our sponsoring churches in Scotland, email Val Brown, Church and Community Manager or call her on 0141 241 6134.

Our schools and youth work

We inspire young people to be the generation that ends poverty. Our education work helps teachers in Scotland deliver the Global Citizenship element of the Curriculum for Excellence through our range of easy-to-use resources

We provide resources, event and campaigning opportunities for young people and youth leaders.

For more information about our youth work, check out the Christian Aid Collective or email Fiona Buchanan. To find out more about our work in schools, email Emma Gardner

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