We're celebrating the first National Thank You Day this 4 July
The last 18 months have been a difficult time for all of us. We're so grateful for your continued help and support throughout this period.
Without your thoughts and prayers, your fundraising and enthusiasm, your ideas and donations, we simply wouldn’t have been able to keep up all of the vital work we're doing.
Today, on National Thank You Day, we along with all our staff and partners around the world would just like to say:
Here's just a small selection of some of the ways in which our friends and colleagues around the world say ‘thank you.’
Our colleague Dyfed Roberts in the Welsh office shows how to say 'thank you' in Welsh.
Our colleagues and partners in the team display ‘thank you’ in four Kenyan languages.
Our partners at the Women’s Affairs Centre in Gaza say 'thank you' in Arabic.
Our local partners in Myanmar say 'thank you' in Burmese.
Afghanistan: Dari and Pashto
A close-up of 'thank you' in the Dari and Pashto languages, held up by our friend Ghulam Sadiq, Director at our partner, Organisation for Coordination of Humanitarian Relief (OCHR)
One of our colleagues in the Nigeria team show how to say 'thank you' in one of the Igbo languages.
Another of our Nigerian colleagues holds a sign saying 'thank you' in the Bendi language.
A colleague from our Nigeria office says 'thank you' in the Hausa language.
A colleague in our Nigeria office shows how to say 'thank you' in Yoruba.
A colleague in our bangladesh office holding a sign saying "Thank you" in Bengali