Christmas Shoebox Appeal

We are entering into our busiest time of year for our shoebox appeal.  This year we have  more resources than ever so if you’re thinking of taking part as an individual, group, church or school do not hesitate to get in touch or visit our website; or facebook event page;   to find out… [continue reading]

Shoebox Appeal

When you’re struggling to get enough to eat or to keep warm, a present just for you is beyond your wildest dreams and yet for so many around the world this is a fact of life for young and old alike.  When you send a shoe box you are sending more than just a box… [continue reading]

International Aid Trust in Ukraine

International Aid Trust has had a presence in the Ukraine since 1991 and the headquarters are situated in the town of Moltavilovka in the Fastov Region.  From headquarters and warehouse facilities practical and pastoral support goes out to the Odessa, Cherkasy, Chernihiv, Rivne, Kyiv and also Kiev city. For over twenty years Pastor Pasha Ozerugie… [continue reading]

International Aid trust in Sierra Leone

International Aid Trust has had a presence in Sierra Leone since 2009 following a visit by Bishop Bernard Cocker the  CEO and Founder.  The headquarters of the organisation are situated in the town of Lungi.  The work of International Aid Trust in Sierra Leone mainly revolves around evangelism, charity, predominantly free education and basic healthcare… [continue reading]

Easter Message

 Christ Has Risen! He has Risen Indeed! Dear Friends and Supporters In Matthews Gospel 28: 6-8, we read how an angel of the Lord appeared to the women at the tomb early that first Easter Morning and told them; 6 He is not here; for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where… [continue reading]

Feed & Educate in India

March 1st was officially World Book Day, where parents send their children to school dressed as their favourite book character. It’s a way to encourage children to read more books. So this month’s Sponsor Sunday is focusing on our Feed and Educate programme in India. There are children in the slums of India who are… [continue reading]