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Money Returns Form (Form A)

Money returns form for Christian Aid Week activities.

Christian Aid Guide to Gifts in Wills

Christian Aid Guide to Gifts in Wills

Running your delivery-only collection

Running your delivery-only collection

Primary resources: sessions 1 and 2

Download our Life Giving Water and All You Need is Love resources for primary schools.

Secondary resources: sessions 1 and 2

Download sessions 1 and 2 of Drink from the Well for secondary schools. 

Made in the Image of God: Caring for Creation (5-8 s)

Be a changemaker: Bible study 5-8-year-olds

Gathering 2021 Slide Show

Christian Aid Scotland supporter Gathering 2021 PowerPoint presentation. 

TapSimple Poster

Use our donation poster to indicate how much supporters will give by tapping the device.

Sanitise your Hands Poster

Display this poster alongside your device to encourage users to sanitise their hands.

Safety tips for TapSimple Devices

Read our advice on using TapSimple in light of Covid-19, including options for taking donations.

Report: How credible is the Government budget?

This budget credibility report examines the extent, nature, causes and consequences of deviations from approved budgets and policies from 2017 to 2019.  

Circle the City 2020 London A4 poster

Download and print off this poster to advertise the 2020 London Circle the City event.

2019 Tax Perception Survey Report

This Tax Perception Survey was undertaken by the Consortium of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), led by Christian Aid under the DFID supported Public Financial Management (PFM) Project title “Strengthening Public Financial Management, Anti-Corruption and Accountability Institutions in Sierra Leone” to understand taxpayer perceptions on the taxes they pay, their knowledge of the tax system, and confidence level in those handling such taxes. It is also important to understand tax payers wider views of government and how this relates to their attitudes and motivation towards paying taxes.

Use and abuse of tax breaks: how tax incentives become harmful

Taxation is essential to raise sufficient, equitable and accountable financing for development. Only through taxation can governments fund public spending on the essential services at the quality and scale necessary to realise the rights of all citizens. Yet many Southern governments decide not to tax certain corporations and companies in the hope that this will attract cross-border investment. Despite mounting evidence that the practice of offering tax incentives is both largely ineffective and detrimental to development, it is widespread. This report explains how tax incentives can become harmful, and discusses what can be done to stop their abuse.

Circle the City poster - London

Download and print a poster to advertise the event.

No cold calling zone council policies

A list of councils and their policies regarding no-cold-calling zones for Christian Aid Week.