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.
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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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Bangor lady reveals she's leaving a gift to Christian Aid in her Will
Published: 10 March 2021
Board member Gareth Dunlop looks back at his time working with Christian Aid Ireland
Published: 4 March 2021
Our campaigning team invites you to host a watch party
Published: 1 March 2021
After 75 years, we still believe all people are created in the image of God. We still believe in life before death. We still believe in real people bringing real change in the world.
Published: 1 February 2021
Ahead of international women’s day, read about how Christian Aid have helped women in the Philippines to champion solar energy to adapt to climate change.
Published: 6 March 2020
Christian Aid Scotland is standing up to climate change. You can too, find out how in this blog.
Our colleague and Banbridge local, Gemma Murray, visited Kenya recently, where a severe drought is causing widespread food shortages.
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.
Supporters visit Ulster Bank headquarters in Belfast to ask them to 'Clean up their Cash', as part of our climate change campaign.
Christian Aid supported projects in Angola have empowered communities facing water problems to take matters into their own hands.
In December 2018, the 72 year-old Anglican rector of Portlaoise marked Advent by completing a 4-day fast to raise funds to tackle hunger among some of the world’s poorest people.
Christian Aid activists protest on Royal Avenue, urging HSBC bank to stop funding climate change.
As pupils strike around the country, we're asking leaders to heed their calls for urgent action to protect our planet. Read more.
A decade on: we must urge our politicians to bring the UK Climate Act up-to-date for the sake of those living with the impacts of climate change.
COP24 climate summit sponsored by coal companies is ‘slap in the face' to delegates, says Christian Aid Ireland.
Christian Aid Ireland calls for immediate action following Ireland’s ranking once again, as worst in Europe when it comes to action on climate change.