Transform Your Christmas Gift into a Beacon of Hope. Your Generosity Brings Faith and Relief to the Most Vulnerable.
What is a Gift of Faith?
In times of conflict and a profound disconnect from the sacred, the grace of Christmas—the celebration of the birth of Christ—fills our hearts with faith and hope. The act of exchanging gifts serves as a poignant reminder of God the Father’s profound love for us. The birth of Jesus stands as a gift of salvation for all humanity. In this spirit, the Gifts of Faith campaign invites you to elevate your Christmas gift into an impactful gesture of faith and love. Your support will contribute to projects addressing urgent needs in struggling communities.
Let us recall the age-old proverb that echoes truth: “The generous spirit will prosper; he who gives drink will also be satisfied” (Proverbs 11:25). Consequently, every act of generosity becomes a blessing, benefiting both the giver and the receiver.
This Christmas, express solidarity with the Christians of the Holy Land by presenting a gift of faith.
In the Holy Land, the presence of Christians is crucial to keeping faith alive in the cradle of Christianity
In the Holy Land, the presence of Christians is indispensable for safeguarding the rich history and traditions inherent in the cradle of Christianity. Despite the conflicts that afflict the region, posing economic challenges for Christians reliant on religious tourism, the unwavering faith of our brothers and sisters remains resolute. Its roots in the land of the Bible are a testimony of perseverance, devotion, and a reminder of the importance of tolerance and peaceful coexistence between different religions.
Christians in the Holy Land
As with the rest of the population, the Christian community in Israel and Palestine, has been living in a state of anguish, uncertainty and fear for more than two months. Your support can help them survive!
Every donation will be allocated to support critical emergency projects
Your donation will go towards this project or other similar projects.
A Pontifical Foundation with worldwide reach
Founded in 1947 as a Catholic aid organization for war refugees and recognized as a Pontifical Foundation since 2011, Aid to the Church in Need is dedicated to the service of Christians around the world, through information, prayer and action, wherever they are persecuted or oppressed or suffering material need