Commitment for Life

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Who we are

Commitment for Life is the United Reformed Church's global justice programme.

Commitment for Life is a way in which local congregations are enabled to participate in actions for justice around the world. Commitment for Life belongs to every congregation. Many choose to support a region in the world through prayer, learning, advocacy, and action for justice.

Our partners are Christian Aid and Global Justice Now. Our four partner regions are Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and Central America (Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatamala).

To find out more about the programme, visit the resources page and look at the Intro Leaflet and resources order form for 2020 to 2021. Use the buttons to find Stories from Partner countries, partner countries resourcesvideos, worship and much more.

Latest news

This month, Nestle's KitKat will no longer be Fairtrade. This affects cocoa farmers and their communities around the world.

Almost 300,000 people signed the petition to Keep KitKat Fairtrade. Thousands of them gave reasons why they signed, and just a few of these have been turned into a poem.

Watch the video below and hear their words spoken by Fairtrade supporters and campaigners from around the UK:


Please share this video on social media using the hashtags below and help people understand why Fairtrade matters.





Commitment for Life means Life-Giving Faith, Defiant Hope & Generous Love


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