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In Memory of Chris and Susannah Naylor and Miranda Harris

By Debbie Wright | 22 November 2019 | Comments (2)

Stewardship share with A Rocha International and their many many friends around the world the deep sadness and loss of losing such fine leaders and pioneers in the Christian conservation world.


The Morgan's Crazy Canoe Marathon

By Debbie Wright | 29 April 2019


‘Welcome to the Morgans’ latest slightly crazy project! We’re going to be paddling 127 miles over six days in May in a fundraising canoe marathon down the Thames from Witney to Westminster.’


BT MyDonate to close in June

By Bethan Walker | 7 February 2019

Since the announcement was made last month, we've heard from many churches and Christian charities who will be impacted by the closure of BT MyDonate. If you currently rely on MyDonate, there is an alternative.


What our clients say about us: Olivia Barker, UK Director at Kids Club Kampala

By Bethan Walker | 1 May 2015

"I founded Kids Club Kampala in 2009 with the aim of bringing hope to poor children in Uganda. We’re working to see lives transformed and poverty reduced.

We work in 17 slums in Kampala at present, and our long term vision is to work in other slums in the city."



By Alexandra Khan | 7 June 2013

We're happy to premiere our brand new video for - explaining all you need to know about our free online fundraising service:


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

By Alexandra Khan | 21 December 2012 | Comments (1)

2012 has been a great year of advancement and change for Stewardship. As December draws to an end, we wanted to take a moment to look at the highlights of 2012 and to thank you for journeying with us this year.


bog-standard generosity

By Alexandra Khan | 31 August 2012 | Comments (1)

Part of the joy of my job is to spend hours (often the wee ones, just before I fall asleep) scouring the web for the latest news on giving and generosity. And when my own eyes fail, I ask my trusted colleagues to keep theirs peeled for the good stuff.


So when I received an email about a lady who was intending to sit on the toilet for charity, I mouthed ‘whaaa?’ and clicked on the link immediately.


everything you need to know about fundraising with

By Alexandra Khan | 25 July 2012

A few Sundays ago, I sat in the third row from the front of my church, playing on my iPhone and waiting for the service to start. My empire was just about to be crushed by the mighty French armies  and all the cavalry in the world wouldn’t have prevented it (I was playing Civilisation Revolution). I was feeling fairly despondent about it, to be honest. But then I heard someone say something that felt like a victory.