Friday, 14 March 2008


A Christian debt-counselling charity has beaten competition from hundreds of other companies to win the Sunday Times award for ‘best small company to work for’. Christians Against Poverty operates from 67 centres across the country with headquarters located in Bradford. Some 97 per cent of staff said the company’s quality of management was good or excellent. Chief executive Matt Barlow said, ‘We are a passionate organisation and have a real vision to see churches empowered and lives changed.’ Staff are involved in strategic decisions and also enjoy seeing the results of their work in people’s lives. Personal growth opportunities were also rated excellent by 95 per cent of the charity’s workers.

Source: Church Times (14/3)


mericristal said...

I have gone through your blog. Here i am with one more christian charity. C.O.T.R. College of ministries & N.T.C of India.India focused mission engaged in church planting, pastor training, education, and humanitarian efforts. This organization is help for the poor people.if any body want to help for the poor people please visit

Olive Morgan said...

Welcome to my blog. I'm afraid i cnnaot offer you any monetary support at present, because I and my family support the poor in Vietnam and my church is twinned with a church in Zambia,, where the poor need our support, but i will give your appeal more prominence on my blog in the hope that others may be able to help.

malca said...

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