Accountability. We aim for the highest standards of integrity and transparency in all our dealings. We aim to be fellow-workers with our beneficiaries and supporters and not to control them, or make them dependent on us.
Partnership. We believe that Christ’s Great Commission was given to all His Church jointly, and that the contribution of all the Church is needed to complete the task. We believe that this task calls us to join our God-given gifts and abilities to share in this common pursuit.
We give priority to the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalised; to women, children, the disabled and the outcast.
We give priority to places where Christians are persecuted and, or where sharing Christ is prohibited or restricted.
We seek the support of all who identify with our objectives, whether they have much to give or little, and we highly value all of our supporters.
We want the help we give to communities around the world to represent the joint compassionate response of the Christian and wider community in the UK and elsewhere.