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40acts wins Digital Campaign Jerusalem Award!

By Debbie Wright | 14 October 2015

40acts team accepts a Jerusalem Award

Last night the team behind the 40acts Challenge for Lent were thrilled to accept a Jerusalem Award in the Digital Campaign category.

This marks the third Jerusalem Award that the campaign has won in as many years, but this category was newly created in 2015 to specifically recognise digital campaigns of excellence.

Alexandra Khan, project manager for 40acts 2015, said, “There were some fantastic campaigns shortlisted for this award, including projects by 24-7 Prayer, Premier and the CofE.

“I know I can speak on behalf of the whole team when I say we were incredibly humbled to have won this year. It’s a privilege to continue to inspire so many people with a simple message of generosity throughout Lent.”

40acts will enter its sixth year in 2016, starting on Wednesday February 10th. The seven-week sermon resources for churches will be released by the end of October 2015. Church leaders can enter their details below to be given early access to the materials.

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Posted by Debbie Wright

Debbie Wright is Stewardship’s Head of Content and is passionate about generosity in all its guises. Besides occasional blogging and tweeting she creates resources and campaigns such as 40acts and Advent Wonder to inspire, engage and motivate the wider Christian community. Prior to joining, Debbie worked for A Rocha UK as editor of their national magazine and in a previous life worked as a TV producer/director for the BBC for 17 years.  Debbie is married to Graham; they have 4 daughters and a springer spaniel.  When not acting as taxi driver, she can be found on a salsa dance floor. Follow Debbie on Twitter @debwright99

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