Posted: May 2018
This year, Christian Aid Week is from 13th — 19th May. During this time, several of us from AMC will be knocking on doors with our collectors' badges and collection boxes or envelopes. In doing so, we will be bringing love and hope to people of all faiths and none across the world.
Christian Aid works to end poverty worldwide and has more than 70 years' experience. It tackles the root causes of poverty and helps people to thrive. When disaster hits, they get people the help they need straight away. The charity is the official development agency of 41 church denominations in Britain and Ireland. To find out more about their work, click here.
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