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Fr Paul Morton, parish priest of St Bride

Fr Paul Morton, parish priest of St Bride's Church in Cambuslang, Glasgow, makes a (bungee) leap of faith to raise funds for persecuted and suffering Christians. Photo copyright Highland Fling Bungee

Will you take up the challenge of helping to sustain the faith of millions of persecuted and suffering Christians around the world?

Getting involved in a fundraising project is a great way of going the extra mile to show your solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world – and of getting your family and friends involved in our work too!

We have lots of ideas and tools to help you get started – from fun runs for those who want to challenge themselves, to cake sales for the more leisurely minded of our benefactors. Whether you fundraise alone or in your parish, you're sure to find something you can do.

"The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few" Matthew 9:37

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One of our fundraisers on a 10K run. Why not join him in challenging yourself to help persecuted Christians?

Run the British 10k London Run

Take up the challenge for persecuted Christians!

Cakes at a fundraising cake sale - a great way to raise money for Aid to the Church in Need!

A to Z of fundraising ideas

Our definitive list of ideas to get you ready to fundraise for persecuted Christians.

Fundraisers from Yeovil youth group collecting money for Aid to the Church in Need

Collecting your money

However you fundraise, there are lots of ways to collect the money you raise.

Making their voice heard: Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali speaks out a protest supported persecuted Pakistani Christians

Telling everyone about your fundraising

Shout about it on Facebook, Twitter, at church - everywhere!


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