TURN HUNGER INTO HOPE
Christian Aid began in 1945, when the charity was founded by British and Irish churches to help refugees, following the Second World War.
For more than 70 years, Christian Aid has provided humanitarian relief and long-term development support for poor communities worldwide, while highlighting suffering, tackling injustice and championing people’s rights.
Christian Aid Week this year will be held between the 15th and 21st of May and will focus on those who are unable to feed their children due to the effects of conflict, pandemic and drought.
We will be delivering an envelope to every house in Haslingfield and Harlton. To save door-to-door collections, we have arranged drop off points for the safe return of envelopes.
In Haslingfield the drop off points are as follows:
The Vicarage, Broad Lane (Revd Claire Robertson)
7, Fountain Lane (Tony Cooke)
32, The Elms (Meg Bedford)
The village Christian Aid Service will be on May 15th at 10am.
In Harlton the drop off points are as follows:
48, Eversden Road (Margaret Spencer)
52, High Street (Diane Raiola)
Thank you for your support. Money raised will be used to
help people in the poorest communities around the world.
For any further information please contact:
Margaret Spencer (Harlton) Telephone 273799
Meg Bedford (Haslingfield) Telephone 870446