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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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Give a gift with real meaning this Christmas and purchase a Charity Gift
Published: 29 November 2021
How we're supporting the Afghan people during this current time.
Published: 18 August 2021
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
Christian Aid is one of six of Ireland’s leading international aid charities that have teamed up to respond to the worsening global coronavirus pandemic and to save lives in some of the poorest and most fragile countries in the world.
Published: 22 September 2020
South East and East Anglia
Read about Lesley's daring wingwalk for Christian Aid.
Read Alice's blog about her work experience at Christian Aid South East.
Volunteer manager of Christian Aid charity shop gets Cullybackey designated as a 'safe village'.
In drought-ravaged southern Angola, Christian Aid Ireland partners, funded by Irish Aid, are helping remote communities fend off attempts to seize their water.
From bug hunts to cakes a go-go, find out how St Mary's Carisbrooke raised donations for Christian Aid.
Christian Aid Week 2018 runs from May 13–19. At 11am on Sunday morning, Bishop Trevor Williams, Chair of Christian Aid Ireland, preached in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, where he is a parishioner.
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