Christians Against Poverty

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) exists to equip churches to tackle poverty and show God’s love to others, through free debt help and local community groups.Local churches across the UK are providing emotional and practical support to those struggling with poverty in their community, through their CAP services. Every working day, nine people become debt free and two respond to the gospel*.Our services are always delivered through the Church, giving people an opportunity to encounter the love of God and find belonging in a supportive church community.

Always through the Church. Always hope.

*Correct as of 2019


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Compassion UK

Compassion is a leading Christian child development charity. Since 1952 we’ve worked with local churches in developing countries to release children from poverty. Our approach is a personal one: we link a child living in poverty with a sponsor, which provides them with access to education, medical check-ups, and the care of a local church-based Compassion project. There’s no quick fix to global poverty, but through our programmes, children’s lives are being changed. We’re impacting families, communities, and entire nations.

Sponsor a child today

Hope for Justice

Hope for Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. There are an estimated 40.3million people in forced labour, sexual exploitation, domestic servitude and forced marriage worldwide. And behind every single number is a real human being, each with their own story and their own hopes and dreams, cruelly ripped away from them by those seeking to profit from their misery. We refuse to abandon the least, the last and the lost. We run projects from more than 30 locations across five continents, with plans to expand further. Will you join us?

End slavery. Change lives.

International Justice Mission UK

Slavery still exists. In fact, there are more people trapped in slavery than ever before – 1 in 4 are children. By partnering with local government, police, churches and people like you, we have rescued over 66,000 people from slavery and violent oppression. This move of justice is changing nations: slavery has decreased by up to 86% in places where IJM works. Together, we bring people to safety from violence, hold perpetrators to account, support survivors to rebuild their lives and help strengthen public justice systems.

Join the movement today

Parenting For Faith

Parenting For Faith seeks to equip parents, carers and extended families to help their children and teens develop a vibrant, two-way relationship with God, and empower their church communities to support them. Through books, free online courses, podcasts, events and more, we seek to equip everyone to journey alongside the children and young people in their life.


As church we want to see generations of kids grow up to live inspiring lives, rooted in Jesus. However, it can be a real challenge to engage young people in the digital age, which is why we’ve launched A brand new curriculum platform. Created to resource youth and children’s ministry with multimedia, bible-based content and curriculum. Designed to draw young minds, and inspire young hearts. With thousands of resources, including music, games, bible stories, and more… you’ll find the right resource for any ministry moment. Quick, simple, and stress-free!  Together, with God, we can play our part to raise up faith in the next generation.

Sign up for free at with a 14 day no obligation trial.

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TLG is a national Christian children’s charity that helps bring hope and a future for struggling children. From school exclusion, to poverty and holiday hunger, there are children across the UK facing some of the toughest starts in life. Each of our three core programmes are different, but the common thread is an unwavering resolve to transform lives for good.

TLG focuses on education and intervenes at the stage where help is most needed. This may be through a volunteer coach offering one-to-one help as a mentor, intensive support for those that have been excluded from school, or providing food to children on Free School Meals who would otherwise go hungry.

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World Vision

World Vision believes that by working together with children, their communities, and our supporters and partners, the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children can be transformed. We bring together people – of all faiths and none – in almost 100 countries, to improve children’s health, education, water, protection and sources of family income. As a Christian organisation we aspire to reflect God’s unconditional love in everything we do.

We are keen to connect the New Wine family with tangible opportunities to serve the Kingdom throughout the year. We want to be as fair as possible and gently present opportunities from a variety of organisations – international to local, big and small – without overwhelming the New Wine family with asks and advertising. As such we have relationships with numerous organisations who share our values:

– these organisations work with us primarily at events and pay to sponsor various elements of our event provision. They also sponsor individual communications during the year on an ad hoc basis.

Partners – these organisations have a longer-term agreement with us, paying to partner over the course of a year to build a relationship with the New Wine family with regular communication and opportunities. These are the organisations listed above and on our website. We limit the number of partners who work with us in this way over the year, in order to maintain balanced communications to the New Wine family.

Delivery Partners – these organisations do not pay directly for the profile they receive from New Wine, as they are working with us to deliver a service.