Our Christian values; love, justice and forgiveness inspire us to offer care, respite, and mentoring through 75 programmes and children’s centres. We campaign to create a world where young people have a better chance in life.
Since 2006, Coexist has been working to promote better understanding between Jews, Christians and Muslims, and between these communities and others, through education, dialogue and research.
Coexist is an operational foundation which not only funds projects, but also forges and facilitates new partnerships and programmes, which help people to understand better what it means to be Jewish, Christian or Muslim today.
We do this by bringing together an influential network – including government, business, charities, academics and faith leaders – working towards the same objectives as ourselves.
Embrace the Middle East is a non-governmental, inter-denominational charity supporting Christian-led humanitarian projects in the Middle East. Our overseas partners provide health, education and community development programmes for the most disadvantaged people in the lands of the Bible – regardless of their faith or nationality.
We are Christians tackling poverty together in England.
We bring the Church together to support Christians called to work with the poorest and most marginalised in England, transforming lives.
We are the Church of England’s response to poverty in this country, working in partnership with Christians who feel called to put their faith into action.
Our vision is for every church, in every community, tackling poverty together by giving time, money, action and prayer. We need people to join us now.
Our aim is to increase the passion within the Church for the poor and marginalised in this country and to make the Church’s response more effective.
Each year we support over 300 church and Christian projects tackling poverty.
We are people in mission who want the world to know Jesus. A mission community living a mission lifestyle and supporting Christian mission worldwide.
Livability gives disabled and disadvantaged people real choice about how they live their lives.
As the UK’s largest Christian disability charity, we run a wide range of services for disabled adults and children. This complements our community mission work which supports churches to make their communities a better place to live. We welcome and work with people of all faiths and none.
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