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7 days, so many ways to fundraise

Together we are pushing back against the inhumanity of poverty. Seven days, so many ways to fund lasting change. This Christian Aid Week, what will you do?

70K in May

Move 70km during May. Walk, run, cycle, however you move is up to you. 

Invite your friends and family to sponsor you, or even complete the challenge with you! 

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70k in May
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Aline Nibogora with sons Irumva (left) and Vyukesenge Aubi (right), standing outside their home.

Envelopes are now closed.

Our Christian Aid Week 2024 envelopes are now all closed for new donations. We'll soon be re-opening our envelopes for our Harvest Appeal.

Fundraise your way

Hold your own fundraising activity this Christian Aid Week. From bake sales to car washes and everything in between. 7 days, so many ways to make a difference.

A young boy putting a paper sign up on a window, smiling at the camera

Arthur’s tea party

Fundraising since aged two, 10-year-old Arthur and his family raised almost £800 with their afternoon tea party.
A group of people wearing Christian Aid t-shirts on a church stage. They each hold an open Bible in their hands

Bible readathon

Woking United Reformed Church held an 82-hour readathon with over 100 readers. They raised over £11,000.
A group of young people smiling at a Christian Aid Week fundraising event. They stand behind a counter with various pots of food.

Cooking challenge

A tasty and social fundraiser bringing together different cultures to raise a fantastic £330.
A smiling older man holding Christian Aid leaflets

Andy's 95th birthday

Involved in the first Christian Aid Week, 66 years later, Andy celebrated his 95th birthday with a house-to-house collection.
Women wearing Christian Aid tabards at a bake sale

Sell-out plant sale

Raising £1000 this plant and strawberry tea sale sold out by the morning.
    Organise your own fundraiser

    There are so many ways to fundraise this Christian Aid Week. Create a fundraising page for whatever you do.

    How your fundraising makes a difference

    • £27

      could buy the lockable safe that protects a community’s savings, hopes and dreams.

    • £275

      could fund training that aids a community to support people to grow food, buy medicine and improve their living conditions.

    • £800

      could provide the dignity kit and emotional support for a family escaping domestic violence, and training to generate their own income.

    Looking to donate?

    If creating an envelope or fundraising page isn’t for you, and you would like to donate quickly and easily, make a donation to push back against the inhumanity of poverty this Christian Aid Week.

    Need help with your fundraising?

    Our guides, resources and ideas can help you make your fundraising a success this Christian Aid Week.

    Christian Aid Week resources

    Find all the tools and templates to help your fundraising succeed.

    Fundraising ideas

    Need some inspiration to start fundraising?


    Find answers to some commonly asked questions about our Fundraise website.

    7 days, other ways to get involved

    Fundraising isn’t the only way to make an impact this Christian Aid Week.

    Campaign with us

    Demand action on poverty. Act with us this Christian Aid week and help push back on poverty.

    Worship with us

    Christian Aid Week is the perfect time for your church to come together in celebration and reflection.
    Find your local organisation/group

    Looking to find a local organisation or group and any connected fundraising activity? Visit our search page.