We are a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide.
Christian Aid Ireland supports communities to overcome injustice, respond to humanitarian emergencies, campaign for change, and helps people claim the services and rights they are entitled to.
Your donations help us fight poverty and injustice around the world, offering hope to millions.
Find our latest emergency appeals below, alongside our regular fundraising moments.
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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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How we're supporting the Afghan people during this current time.
Published: 18 August 2021
Gifts in Wills
As a child, Shirley Chee's parents fostered a little girl who'd been injured in the war in Eritrea. Now she's pledging to help other children whose lives have been torn apart by conflict and poverty.
Published: 14 July 2021
Our campaigning team invites you to host a watch party
Published: 1 March 2021
We hear from one of Christian Aid Ireland's living legators, Albert Smallwoods.
Published: 22 February 2021
Jill Coombe and Dawn Johnson from our London Team recently took part in a Climate Change Workshop in Herne Hill where they spoke to Helen Hayes MP.
Christian Aid Scotland is standing up to climate change. You can too, find out how in this blog.
From five-a-side football tournaments to Harvest lunches, find out how St. Paul's Church in Winchmore Hill raised over a thousand pounds for Christian Aid's Refugee Crisis Appeal.
Twenty walkers raised almost £2,000 for Christian Aid as they strolled the new Richmond to Kew sponsored walk route.
As part of the Big Shift campaign, Christian Aid supporter Luise Schafer, hands a letter in to her local Barclays bank, asking it to stop investing in fossil fuels.
Join us in asking the First Minister to commit to a strong Climate Change Act.
RBS were the last of the big four banks to hold their AGM - but not in terms of progress made.