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Canterbury Musicians have kindly offered their musical talents in a concert at the Old Synagogue on Thursday 18th May at 7 45 to help raise money for Christian Aid Week.

Christian Aid works with local partners on small projects which make a big difference to people's lives. This year's example is helping farmers in Malawi grow pigeon peas, a drought resistant crop which they can turn into bread and other products to sell as well as feeling their family 


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How your donation helps

Your gifts this Christian Aid Week could help people around the world secure a safer, happier future for their children and grandchildren.

We are united by hope. And together, we hope every family will have the joy of living a dignified life, free from poverty.

Every gift. Every action. Every prayer. Every one of us can make dreams come true.

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A family picture of a mum, dad, daughter and two brothers in Malawi

camera icon Jen Bishop and her family - Adam Haggerty/ Christian Aid