Christian communities and churches

Request a video, or informational materials to engage your church in what God is doing around the world to help people in need.

Putting faith into action

As Christian humanitarians, we believe God asks us to put our faith into action by loving one another and helping those in need. We strive to be a vehicle for the Church's compassion towards those facing hardship and to encourage faith communities to take part in God's restorative plan.
Humanitarian relief worker, Medair staff giving a bag to a group of people.
Woman in purple dress sitting on floor.
Quarterly prayer updates

Engage your community in prayer

We will send you a digital prayer update from our programmes around the world to guide you in prayer. Pray together with your church, small group, youth group...

Help as a community

In addition to prayer, there are other ways we can partner together to make an impact. Have your own creative idea? We’d love to help you bring it to life.
Resources for churches

Request resources

We have numerous videos, stories, and informational materials to help you raise awareness to Medair’s work worldwide.
People from Medair doing the mud day for a fundraising event

Start a fundraising campaign

From bake sales to themed challenges, the opportunities to make a difference while having fun together as a community are endless.
table with food on it

Host a meaningful meal

Host a dinner party and gather friends for a night of good food and even better company. Ask guests to contribute to Medair, turning a meal into meaningful impact.

What churches have to say

“Medair's commitment to humanitarian excellence resonates with our values, fostering a shared journey of compassion, service, and transformative change. Together, we extend our mission beyond our congregation to touch lives globally.”

Pastor Sarah Thompson
Grace Community Church

Get in touch

We’d love to encourage your faith community and help you put your faith into action.

Get in touch

We’d love to encourage your faith community and help you put your faith into action.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about Medair's mission, operations, and how you can support the people we serve. Feel free to contact us if you have more questions!
What is the added value for my church of partnering with Medair?

As Christian aid workers, we can offer your church very practical ways of living out their faith in community to change the daily lives of those who suffer, as Matthew 25:40 asks us to do. We can also provide speakers for your events and meetings, send you quarterly prayer requests so that you can pray with us, and provide resources for your small group, youth and children's meetings.

As a partner church, you will provide vital help by supporting health and nutrition projects, shelter and clean water for victims of crises and disasters. You can choose to sponsor a particular country or crisis, or you can support us where the needs are greatest and ensure that no one is left behind.

I'd like my church to partner with Medair. How do I get started?

First of all, let's discuss the different options together and find the one that suits you best. Get in touch with the person in charge of relations with the Churches and Christian communities and don't hesitate to sign up to receive our regular prayer requests so that you can pray with us for the most vulnerable.

My church is already a Medair partner. How can we stay updated on the impact of our donations?

We are transparent in the use of our funds. Internationally, 90.5% of any donation we receive goes directly to implementing humanitarian projects and only 9.5% is used for administration and fundraising. Financial accountability is a priority and we strictly adhere to the organisation's code of conduct and safeguarding policies. All this is explained in our Commitment to our donors.

Can I request a speaker or presentation for my church service or event?

Yes, we're delighted every time a community invites us to talk about our work and the different ways of getting involved. Just ask the person in charge of relations with churches and Christian communities.

Do you have resources also for small groups, youth groups, and/or Sunday schools?

Yes. Contact us and we will provide you with all necessary resources.