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Christian Aid Week is now over, but our virtual envelope remains well and truly open for donations! Our supporter Ken Pattison tells us he's cycled 154 miles in the week in support of Christian Aid and to prompt his donation.

Holy Trinity Westbury on Trym has a long history of support for Christian Aid, and Christian Aid Week. Like Christian Aid we believe we have a mission to lift people of all faiths and none out of poverty.

No mum should have the heart-breaking choice of which child to educate and which one will miss out on their dreams. 

No hardworking young person should be forced to give up on education, locking them into poverty.

We dream of a better world. We want every child to be able to have the education they need to break free of poverty. We imagine a future where crops are not flattened by cyclones and washed away by floods.

Together, we can help people secure a better future for their families, giving them the chance to fulfill their potential.

With your help, we can make dreams come true around the world. We won’t stop until everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

£10 could pay for a 2kg bag of seeds to plant pigeon peas – a hardy, drought-resistant crop.

£50 could provide pigeon pea seeds and farming tools for a family.

£100 could help provide a business training session, helping farmers to secure higher, fairer prices for their crops.


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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