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I have been a supporter of Christian Aid for over fifty years. Since 1945 when they started their support for refugees, they have worked through local partners worldwide in the poorest communities in the world to help improve practises in health, education and farming. As well as this continued work they are active advocates for climate change work, environmental protection, women and childrens' rights and climate justice.

They were an initiator of a partnership of charities to form DEC ( Disasters Emergency Committee) and work in humanitarian effort in natural disaster areas, war areas and disease endemic programmes. Last year they delivered emergency assistance to 770,000 people in Ukraine and work with two partners there still. They have worked with refugees in Syria since 2015 as well as with partners for refugees in Afghanistan and North Africa.

Their work is for those of any religion or none. The need for their assistance to the most vulnerable is now even greater than ever.

Can you donate this Christian Aid Week? Every pound is important!

With thanks, Helen



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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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