Three easy steps to spread the word of Christian Aid with an e‑Envelope


Create a message

Upload a photo or create a personalised video, use our message template, and choose from one of our stories to tell friends why you are supporting Christian Aid. Encourage them to join you and share with their friends too!


Send your e-Envelope

After previewing your message and checking you’re happy with how it looks and sounds, you are ready to send your e‑Envelope. You can choose to send via email or to share your message on Twitter or Facebook.


Raise funds

We need you and your friends to join us so we can achieve incredible things for some of the poorest people in the world. Each e‑Envelope shared gives us a greater chance of securing vital funds to help those who are most in need.

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Tell your friends about Christian Aid Week, and encourage them to join the fight against poverty and injustice around the world.

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About Christian Aid Week

From house-to-house collections, sponsored walks and church collections to Big Brekkies, abseils and quiz nights, Christian Aid Week brings kingdom builders from all walks of life and Christian traditions together to step out in mission for the world’s poorest people. Together, we raise funds to support our poorest brothers and sisters around the globe, pray for justice and witness at the heart of our communities.


Marcelin's story

In Haiti, Marcelin raised his three daughters alone. They’ve endured some of the worst natural disasters on earth.

They’re not just survivors. They’re fighters. But they’re only so strong. They won’t survive the next hurricane without your help.

This Christian Aid Week, you can be in their corner. You can help them build a home that will weather the next storm, so they won’t need to fight to survive anymore.

Christian Aid Week unites kingdom builders like you from all walks of life. We step out in mission for our neighbours like Marcelin, because we believe in life before death. We believe God’s Kingdom is stronger than the storms.

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