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Since 1982, Church Action on Poverty has been working to build a powerful movement to end UK poverty, led by the real experts – people who have experienced poverty themselves. In 2022, join us on the journey – help us raise £40,000 to grow the movement

40 years of building dignity, agency and power is a big milestone. But we’re still moving forward, and you can join us on the journey.

Your donations could: help more communities to uphold dignity by setting up Local Pantries... enable more people to exercise their agency in Self-Reliant Groups... support more people like Penny to speak truth to power... and more.

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