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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.
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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
South East and East Anglia
This September, Marcus Kilpatrick from Norwich will climb Kilimanjaro to raise funds for Christian Aid.
From bug hunts to cakes a go-go, find out how St Mary's Carisbrooke raised donations for Christian Aid.
Where we work
Read about Christian Aid Scotland's new project with the Scottish Government and partners to empower women and marginalised agricultural communities in Zambia.
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.
How can policies complement each other to support development?
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.
Will you join Leah and Glenlola schoolgirls Megan, Amy and Grace in their abseil challenge?
Today (Wednesday 3 October) the Oireachtas will debate a new tax treaty between Ghana and Ireland which Christian Aid believes is disadvantageous to Ghana in its current form.