Charities supported by Just Cards Direct
We support a wide range of Christian based charities in the UK, particularly those that are working in the developing world. A charity receives 10% of any card sales from one of their supporters, as long as the buyer chooses the appropriate charity from the drop down menu at the end of the payment page. A new charity would need to contact us and register with us initially, and then inform their supporters about our website.
The charities that we support include:
Wycliffe Bible Translators UK is part of an international family of organisations working in almost 2,000 languages to see the Bible translated and used by communities that, as yet, do not have the Bible in their mother tongue. Currently, work is yet to start in over 2,200 languages, spoken by 353 million people. By supporting Wycliffe you are helping to give everyone on the planet access to God's word in the language which speaks most clearly to them.
CBM is an international Christian development organisation whose primary purpose is to improve the quality of life of the world’s poorest persons with disabilities and those at risk of disability, who live in the most disadvantaged societies. CBM supports 1000 projects in 113 countries, reaching out to 20 million people worldwide.
Barnabas Fund provides hope and aid for the persecuted Church. They are a Christian aid agency, providing resources, basic needs and spiritual support to our Christian brothers and sisters, in order to strengthen the Church. They support Christians where they are in a minority and suffer discrimination, oppression and persecution as a consequence of their faith.
Mission Aviation Fellowship is a worldwide Christian organisation operating over 135 light aircraft in more then 30 countries. Around 280 flights every day transport patients, relief teams, medical supplies and Christian workers in the world’s remotest regions and places of deepest human need. Places where flying is not a luxury but a lifeline.
Right now an estimated 100 million Christians face persecution. Open Doors provides Bibles, Christian literature, training, literacy programmes and practical support to persecuted Christians worldwide. We are the world's largest outreach to persecuted Christians, working in over 50 countries, including some of the most high-risk places on earth.
Send a Cow is a Christian charity that helps African farmers grow enough food to feed their families, sell their produce and develop small businesses that last. We do this by providing training, livestock, seeds and ongoing
support for farmers and their families
Ellel Ministries is a Christian mission organisation with a vision of welcoming people, teaching them about the Kingdom of God and healing those in need. They proclaim the Kingdom of God by preaching the good news, healing the broken-hearted and setting the captives free. They are committed to evangelism, healing, discipleship and training. Ellel Ministries was established in 1986 in the UK and has grown rapidly. It now has 4 centres in the UK, plus centres in South Africa, Australia, the USA, India, Singapore, Canada, Holland, Germany, Norway and Hungary. In the future they hope to establish a centre in East Africa.
Flame International is a Christian ministry with a passion to reach out with God’s love to broken and hurting men and women in the poorest countries of the world and to see nations walking in forgiveness and reconciliation. The hardships of war, oppression, poverty and injustice have left their scars on many nations. Flame International seeks to bring God’s healing both to individuals and also to their land. Flame International takes teams of trained individuals into countries such as Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Southern Sudan.
Teams4U’s aim is to make a difference in the lives of children around the world who find themselves in desperate and hopeless situations. They strive to give these children a second chance by helping them recognise and appreciate their own self worth.
Mission Possible UK (MPUK) seeks to advance the Christian faith by serving the poor, forgotten and marginalised in Africa and Eastern Europe through serving families and children at risk, training Christian leaders and distributing Christian literature. We invite you to visit www.mpuk.org for more information on our ministry
ACET (AIDS Care, Education and Training) provides a compassionate Christian response to those with HIV/AIDS in 23 countries. We empower churches and Christian groups: To provide care for, and encourage acceptance of, those with HIV; and to educate people in how to minimise the risk of HIV infection.
Jubilee Action is an international Christian charity working to rescue and protect children, of all faiths, races and cultures, facing the most serious injustices. In particular, we work to safeguard children who are: held in prison, subject to trafficking, victims of prostitution, recruited as child soldiers or living as street children.
Helwel Trust is a UK based Christian charity which gives grants to partner NGOs in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. We support projects in rural areas which provide early childhood education, establish small scale gardens, develop small business enterprises, and provide education and care for victims of AIDS and their families.
Act4Africa is a registered HIV/AIDS prevention education charity which was set up to combat the AIDS crisis in Africa. The charity employs and trains teams of Africans to deliver HIV/AIDS Prevention and Behavioural Change Programmes in schools, communities, army and prison camps, primarily in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Malawi. Their highly interactive AIDS Prevention Programmes use performing arts and sport as a means of conveying essential sexual health messages.
An African Dream (AAD) is a Christian charity which works in Western Uganda. AAD has a threefold vision: 1. To provide primary education for orphans 2. To provide microenterprise opportunities for widows 3. To train and equip pastors for ministry. Their aim is to see the community built up both in Christian faith and to know the love of Jesus in a practical way.
Signpost International is a development agency that works with poor communities around the world. They fight poverty and the causes of poverty by empowering and supporting people to bring about community-driven change. Through skills training and small business start up, the provision of clean water and electricity, child sponsorship to support education, community education in healthcare issues and small scale environmental projects, they are seeing thousands of lives transformed every year.
The Armed Forces Christian Union is a Christian Organisation that supports and encourages Christians in the Armed Forces. It helps them to live out and develop their faith and to act as ‘salt and light’ wherever they are serving, as they reach out to others. The AFCU also works for unity amongst Christians in the Armed Forces and encourages a Godly influence upon military culture.
Through the Roof is a Christian charity working in the UK and developing countries to promote the inclusion and active involvement of disabled people in church and community life. Specific projects include distributing mobility aids and Bibles within countries such as Kenya and Ghana. Our mission trips offer Christian professionals and young disabled role-models the opportunity to pass on skills and ideas on the inclusion of disabled children to local people in India, Guatemala and Uganda.
Rwanda Restored seeks the advancement of education of young people in Rwanda by building or improving schools and relieving financial hardship by providing money for food, housing, education, clothes and social support for widows and orphans across Rwanda.
Moorlands College in an inter-denominational Christian College which provides a challenging learning environment where men and women passionate about Jesus Christ may be nurtured and equipped to impact both the church and the world. As part of the outworking of this vision we run courses in Applied Theology from one-year programmes through to BA & MA degrees. Each course allows the student to specialise in their chosen area.
Child of Hope has built a school in the heart of the Namatala slum in Uganda – one of the poorest places on earth. It provides free education, healthcare, food and clothing to 280 children from the most vulnerable families in the slum. Now it’s expanding to eventually educate 600 children.