Trusts and Foundations

A partnership you can trust

There is great strength in unity. We are all part of God’s church; members of a body that is called to bring good news to the poor. Trusts and foundations are a vital part of Tearfund’s work; standing together we can do so much more to bring God’s love to those oppressed by poverty.

Building foundations of hope

Tearfund have a uniquely Christ-centred, church and community-led approach, through which we equip local churches to be salt and light, empower people to lift themselves out of poverty and enjoy whole-life transformation. And we want to work in partnership with you to bring this about.

Together, we can respond quickly and effectively to disasters; develop communities to unlock their potential; mobilise the local church to bring about whole life transformation in their communities; and change the unjust policies that keep people locked in poverty.

Enabling transformation together

We want to enable you to give where your heart lies in order to achieve the change you want to see. We have the expertise, skills and experience to implement a wide variety of transformative projects – from equipping churches to transform their communities to providing safe water and sanitation and helping prevent child trafficking. We will ensure that your support goes towards a cause that matters to you and fulfils your objectives.

Measurement and impact are a fundamental part of everything we do; and our team will keep you informed every step of the way. We are equipped to provide detailed reports on the progress being made, ensuring that you meet your charitable aims. You can be assured that you will see holistic, sustainable and measurable change.

The following organisation has asked us to publicly acknowledge their financial support to us and we thank them for standing with us: Positive Action.

Get in touch on 020 3906 3500 or at partnerships@tearfund.org


We’d love to talk to you and discuss how together we can
“act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with our God” (Micah 6:8)