In our disaster work, it's our adherence to international standards and the quality of our response, all reflected in our Disaster Emergency Committee membership.
In our work through churches, it's the unparalleled accountability that gives donors certainty their money gets directly to the places of greatest need - without government red tape.
In our financial management it’s the 80 pence (2016/17) in every pound spent on life-changing work with the poorest.
In our faith, it's our relentless determination to follow Jesus where the need is greatest.
Your gift follows Jesus to the place of greatest need. Of every pound entrusted to us…
Emergency needs met
When disaster strikes, we respond swiftly and effectively to ensure we support communities in a strategic and focused way. We are committed to these communities for the long term, working through local churches and partners to help people become resilient and thrive.
Where we can, we work through local churches to make sure transformation takes place in the very heart of the community. So, our support is localised and our work sustainable. We help communities build their resilience to shocks and stresses, work for peace and unity, and build better futures for themselves and others.
We’re excited when we see churches start to understand the potential God has placed in them to address poverty and injustice – and become powerful agents of change in their local community. We’re privileged to play a part in helping to equip and mobilise them.
We call on people in positions of power and influence to ensure that their policies bring positive change for vulnerable communities, including those that are hardest to reach. We equip and empower communities to speak out and stand with them in holding governments to account and lobbying them to address structural inequalities and injustices.
Our supporters are a hugely important part of who we are and what we do. Honouring and building this relationship is a priority. We care passionately that our supporters feel valued and know that their gifts are having a life-changing impact.
Support & Running costs
Putting robust systems and processes in place to enable and evaluate our frontline work, so that we learn and improve and your money is used more effectively as a result.
Tearfund are signatories to the Red Cross Code of Conduct and are certified against the Core Humanitarian Standard.
As a limited company and registered charity, our accounts are independently audited and submitted to Companies House annually and we also report to the Charity Commission, an independent body that regulates activities of charities in the UK.