If you placed envelopes on desks one morning during Christian Aid week with a note or an email to ask people to leave the envelopes, preferably with some pennies in, on their desks on a particular day you could whizz around and collect them!A easy way to raise some money and incredibly helpful to Christian Aid. We are looking for contacts at each of the churches to whom we can forward details of campaigns, fundraisers, events and literature that you can share with your congregation.If you would like to meet the people in your street, a great way to help us would be to hand out and collect envelopes in your area. We are looking for contacts at each of the churches to whom we can forward details of campaigns, fundraisers, events and literature that you can share with your congregation. Whilst Christian Aid works with the poorest of the poor regardless of religion, Christian Aid is rooted in and grown by the churches. We are delighted to welcome Rezwana who will talk about the precarious life of islanders in the mighty rivers of Bangladesh.
Rezwana will highlight projects that are featuring in this year’s Christian Aid Week, 15–21 May and what the money that you kindly put in the little envelopes does to help projects like this.
You can now register for the world aid walk on line.
Why not get a group of friends to do it or challenge your colleagues to complete it.
Rezwana will meet with the Guernsey Overseas Aid committee and will be giving a presentation at Capelles Methodist Church at 7.30pm.
The presentation will be followed by some Bangladeshi food to try.
We are looking for people who will hand out and collect Christian Aid envelopes at their place of work.
This is a pretty simple task but would make a huge difference.
This image was taken from the Geograph Channel Islands collection.
See this photograph's page on the Geograph website for the photographer's contact details.