Maybe you’re one of the dedicated band of volunteers who collected door-to-door for us during Christian Aid Week.
You might have volunteered in one of our charity shops, donated goods for sale or picked up a bargain.
If you responded to one of our appeals, or signed up for a monthly gift, you are helping us to end poverty and challenge injustice.
If you joined us for our abseil in the spring - or our skydive in the autumn - thank you for taking a leap of faith.
You might have strolled along the Lagan towpath with us, hiked the Killiney Hills of Dublin or walked the stunning Sheep’s Head Way in west Cork.
If you organised a Big Brekkie, a soup lunch or a coffee morning in your church, please know that we are grateful.
If you volunteered in either of our offices, we want you to know how much your help matters.
If you were among the hundreds who helped us raise the roof of the Ulster Hall in October, we appreciate your support.
If you took part in a street collection - or the annual Christmas sit-out in Newtownards - you are making a difference.
In whatever way you help us, please know that your generosity is changing the lives of some of the poorest people on earth.
We see you.
We thank you.