From Niall Cooper, Church Action on Poverty <[email protected]>
Subject Put your faith into action: support people in poverty speaking truth to power
Date March 12, 2021 9:30 AM
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Dear John


"Part of God's character is a massive concern for people in poverty and for
people who are victims of injustice. Therefore one of the things that Christians
are called to do, to worship God and to serve him, is to stand up for people in
poverty, stand up against injustice, and to work for change so that poverty can
be eradicated."

Stef Benstead is a Poverty Truth Commissioner and a campaigner for disabled
people’s rights - see her full message at [[link removed]]

Stef is speaking out about her experiences of poverty, as part of a growing
movement of people and partner organisations across the UK, committed to
upholding dignity, agency and power for everyone.

Could you make a donation now to support Stef, and other people whose personal
struggles against poverty inspire them to speak truth to power?

Every bit of support makes a difference. Just 50 people giving £10 each could
support another local partner, building dignity, agency and power.

Give now at
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If you have been adversely affected by the pandemic, financially or in other
ways, our thoughts and prayers are with you in these incredibly difficult times.

Thanks and best wishes

Niall Cooper
Director, Church Action on Poverty


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