A financial gift to The 95 Campaign will help facilitate pioneering mission activity, ensuring even more young people get the chance to explore the difference Jesus can make to their lives
95 Campaign Chrismas update
95% of children are not in church and that's probably why 35% of them believe that Jesus was born in the South Pole! Together, through The 95 Campaign, we can share the real meaning of Christmas with them! Here are two fantastic opportunities for doing just that...
- Join The 95 Campaign and get a FREE copy of our beautiful nativity storybook, The First Christmas, for a child in your life. You'll also be able to order more free copies to share with children in your community. Join the campaign here and we'll send you an email detailing how to get your books (If you've already signed up, we'll be sending you that information, too.).
- For just £1 you can ensure one of the UK’s most vulnerable children gets to receive their very own copy of The First Christmas. Thanks to our partners in hospital chaplaincy, foodbanks, prisons, debt relief agencies, and our network of volunteers, we have some wonderful opportunities to gift the book to thousands of children who desperately need to hear of the hope found in Jesus. A gift today could give a vulnerable child their very own colourful book and introduce them to the real meaning of Christmas. Scroll down to make a gift.
It's only thanks to the generosity of people like you that we're able to reach so many children and young people with the life-changing news of Jesus.
From ensuring our 25 local workers are able to pioneer exciting new missions across the country, to supporting churches with the provision of free resources, practical expert support and even small grants, a gift to The 95 Campaign will make a real difference.
We need your help to ensure that every child has the opportunity to hear the good news of Jesus – Give a gift today
You can help us support more amazing projects like this...
When a young man in Halifax took his own life, local churches resolved to make Jesus known to his peers. Now, young people in the area are hearing – and receiving – God’s vital message of hope!
Alongside churches in Halifax, SU Development Worker Matty Hawthorne helped to set up 'Fuse'. After kicking off with a hugely successful schools mission week earlier in the year, Fuse now meets in a local Costa Cofee every few weeks. The chilled out and informal setting really appeals to the young people, and many come back regularly to hear more about Jesus and the difference he can make to the challenges they face.
Your support could enable more pioneering projects like this to happen. Scroll down to give a gift.
The teenagers, who had only recently decided to 'give the God thing a go', spent a week sharing their new-found faith in a whole host of ways – giving out free sweets, fixing up gardens for families in need and running pop-up youth clubs among other things.