Want to know a secret?
Every dot throughout this page represents one of the thousands of lives transformed in 2019 because of you, your generosity and your prayers.
Every dot is a family no longer trapped in poverty. A parent now able to heat their home. Someone no longer isolated and alone thanks to their local church community.
Have another scroll through and let that sink in.
Thousands of families were helped in 2019, but there are thousands more who urgently need your help to find hope. Whose story will you help to write this year?
Mike and Peter – Easy riders
Last year, long-time CAP supporters Mike and Peter cycled from John O’Groats in Scotland to Lands End in Cornwall – a whopping 985 miles over ten days! The pedal power pair raised £1536.25, not to mention a whole lot of respect from all of us.
‘Supporting CAP means a lot to both of us. We know the community of a church and the invitation to explore faith allows someone’s life to be transformed at every level. We’re just two guys doing our little bit. We’re part of a much bigger picture. People all over the UK are doing fantastic things in aid of CAP and we want to encourage and challenge every one of you – what can you do in 2020 to make an even bigger impact?’
Christina – Speaker extraordinaire
In between working her socks off as the London Barnet Debt Centre Manager, Christina is one of our most prolific CAP Speakers. She loves visiting churches, sharing all that God is doing through CAP and inspiring people to get involved.
‘What I love most about being a CAP Speaker is meeting so many people who desire to worship God, share the gospel and serve their community. I get people coming up to me and sharing how my message has confirmed God’s calling on their lives! It’s all because of Jesus – the miracles I’ve witnessed are not due to my work but his.’
Jean – Exhibition hero
Jean is just one of the incredible supporters who volunteered for CAP in 2019, giving up her time to help out at exhibitions like Big Church Day Out and New Wine’s United conference.
‘Part of the summer exhibition stand was set up showing a bed, made up of bin liners stuffed with old clothes. It represented the real situation of one family helped by CAP. As I explained it to a couple, I burst into tears. It made me realise the reality that some clients face. I think in that moment, God reminded me that behind all the fun of the exhibition, vulnerable people need CAP.’
John – Super-supporter
What didn’t John do for CAP last year? As well as bringing vital money management skills to dozens in leading the CAP Money Course and spreading the word as a CAP Speaker, he did an incredible job raising funds for his two local Debt Centres in Keighley, West Yorkshire. And just in case he wasn’t busy enough, John is a regular at his monthly prayer meeting for CAP locally and nationally.
‘CAP is confronting injustice head-on and I’m privileged to be part of enabling that work to develop.’