(The banner image is courtesy of Send a Cow)

Send a Cow is a charity that was set up in 1988 by a group of Christian dairy farmers to help people in Uganda which was just emerging from a long civil war.

Now it is working alongside farming families on the very front line of the climate crisis. It now teaches families practical techniques to help reverse the devastating effects of erratic weather, so they can grow enough to feed their families and protect the land for generations to come.

It has a range of free resources for churches to use at Harvest Celebrations this autumn including a reflection from our patron Bishop Ruth of Taunton, an all-age service, youth resources and classroom learning resources for KS1 and KS2 all about becoming global citizens.

Whether your church is celebrating physically or virtually, bring your classes and congregations together and make a difference.

£105 could train six families to farm their own land, helping them to grow more and stand up to the climate crisis in rural Africa.

See here for more details of the harvest resources

Register for the climate crisis talk here.