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Christian Aid in Wales

Christian Aid in Wales


Here's how to contact us for any help you may need:

Our new Central Supporter Engagement Team is now in place and can help you with any queries your church or group might have about supporting Christian Aid.  You can contact the team on, by calling 029 2084 4646 or by writing to the national office in Cardiff.  

Please note our offices in Bangor and Carmarthen have now closed.  All staff are currently working from home in the pandemic, with post being picked up from the national office once a week.


Please contact our Wales Supporter Engagement Team for advice on paying in donations.  Please note that any cheques received in the Wales office are forwarded to our HQ in London for processing so we encourage you to send your cheques directly to Christian Aid, 35-41 Lower Marsh, London SE1 7RL to reduce delays. 

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Our supporters' first point of call

Here you'll find details of how to contact us. Helen and Eleri are waiting for your calls!
Churches in Wales

About Christian Aid Wales

We work with churches, communities and individuals across Wales to inspire them to give, act and pray.
which churches work with us

Our supporting churches in Wales

Discover which churches we work with in Wales and how your church can get involved.

How you can help

There are many ways to get involved, either individually or with your church.
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