Ben Cohen

Ben is Web Editor for Tearfund. This can sometimes feel a bit like being ‘senior hairstylist for Bigfoot’ but he does his best. He writes a bunch of stories for the website, regular emails to supporters and much more besides.

Before this, he worked in radio for a spell. Personal highlights include bolting down a bacon sarnie before the Chief Rabbi arrived in the office and interviewing Sooty. He is a member of Grace alternative worship community in Ealing, where he is known for creating an entire Heavenly City out of lemon jelly (to scale, clearly).


    • A Christmas tree angel

      Angel shopping

      We recently asked Tearfund supporters like you for your tales of generosity. You came back with a stack of inspirational stories. Be amazed by tales of trampolines, trust behind bars and angelic…

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    • Paul with bike

      Young dynamo

      A twelve-year-old boy cycles 50 miles for our Tsunami appeal. He has a surprising reason for doing it…

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    • Handshake

      Brothers without judgement

      When Pastor Jonah’s house was swept away in a torrent of mud, he didn’t expect that he or his family would come out alive. What happened next taught him a precious lesson.

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    • Fifty years, fifty countries: South Africa

      Archbishop Desmond Tutu described South Africa as ‘the rainbow nation’ following the end of apartheid. Numerous tribes and peoples live in the nation, mostly without any inter-racial or cultural fighting...

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    • Cliff with single artwork.

      Rewired for sound

      A group Sir Cliff supporters hatch an ingenious plan mark the singer’s 60 years in showbiz. The plan goes better than expected and Tearfund benefits to the tune of a few grand.

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