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Our prayer for a just and fair future

Written by Bishop Geoff Davies, South Africa’s ‘Green Bishop’

Christian Aid sponsorship form

Make a list of your sponsors face-to-face with this handy form. We can also claim Gift Aid from their donations.

In Their Lifetime January 2021

In Their Lifetime January 2021

Building Back with Justice

Building Back with Justice sets out the actions governments must take to ensure that any global recovery from Covid-19 is one that tackles inequalities, addresses the climate crisis and sets us on a path to a different future.

Local Lobbyist pack (MPs) January 2018

Local Lobbyist pack (MPs) January 2018

2019 General Election manifesto - Welsh

2019 General Election manifesto - Welsh

2019 General Election guide - Welsh

2019 General Election guide - Welsh

Nelson Mandela assembly - English

Suitable for ages 7-14 Duration: 15 minutes An assembly on Nelson Mandela.

Super Swish leaflet

This four-page guide outlines how you can host your own Super Swish clothes swap event. Includes a poster for promoting your event.

Fundraising prayer

Take a little time out to reflect on why you're fundraising using this prayer.

Local lobbyist pack (ministers) January 2018

Local lobbyist pack (ministers) January 2018

Fundraising checklist

Use it to ensure you have thought of everything necessary to make your fundraiser a big success.

Fundraising guide

A fundraising guide to help you do it your way. Whether you’re planning a sponsored swim, a tea party or an art exhibition, you need to think about the practical details. But don’t worry! This guide gives you everything you need to get organised and make sure your fundraiser is a huge success.  

Support my event - Facebook meme

A Facebook meme to help you raise support for your fundraising event.

Come to my event - Facebook

Post one of our memes on your social media – include your event details in your post and don’t forget to tag Christian Aid in it too.

Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire (Part 2)

A debilitating drought may bring riots and social unrest in one country, but in a neighbouring country, the same problem may be dealt with by citizen mobilisation towards collective action solutions. To a large extent, governance capacity and community resilience explains the nature and structure of the response. In this report, three case studies – from Angola, Mali, and Honduras – of actual responses to climate change and conflict are presented.