Christian Aid

Christian Aid water tap

  Christian Aid Week 10 — 16 May, 2021  

Love never fails. Coronavirus impacts all of us. But love unites us all.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no house-to-house collection in Tarves this year but the work of Christian Aid is as important as ever. Please give as generously as you can. You can donate through various means. Find details on the Christian Aid website.

The climate emergency is one of the greatest injustices we face. Together we stop this climate crisis.

This climate crisis hurts us all. But people living in poverty fight the worst of it every day.

From drought to flooding, climate change robs people of control over their lives. Extreme weather means people are struggling to survive without a reliable source of water.

Your gift could help a community build an earth dam, so when the rains do come, they will have the water they need to live. A reliable source of water will help families withstand long drought or relentless rainstorms.

Every envelope. Every gift. Every challenge can change lives.

The groundbreaking work of Christian Aid began in 1945, when it was founded by British and Irish churches to help refugees following the Second World War. The charity has since grown to become a major international development agency.

For more than 70 years, Christian Aid has provided humanitarian relief and long-term development support for poor communities worldwide, while highlighting suffering, tackling injustice and championing people’s rights. 

Christian Aid works for and with people of all faiths and none.

In the camps, it was Christian Aid that sent the parcels…feeding us for two-and-a-half years, and I never forgot it. Christian Aid helped me to survive and I feel I owe my life to Christian Aid. I vowed there and then to do my best as long as I live, and I’m still doing it

Theodor Davidovic
Refugee and long-term Christian Aid supporter