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6 Christian environmental organisations to support

Catherine Durant Catherine Durant
2 min

If you’re looking to support Christian charities who are focused on looking after our planet, we’ve compiled a list of organisations working specifically in this area.

A Rocha UK

A Rocha work to protect and restore the natural world and equip Christians around the world in how to care for creation. They do this as a response to the biblical mandate to look after the earth and demonstrate God’s hope to the world. They carry out conservation research, education programmes and work in partnership with many other organisations across the world.

Give to A Rocha UK

Operation Noah

This charity works with the Church to inspire action on climate change. They provide theological resources, challenge the church on issues such as which fossil fuel companies they use and speak at events on this issue.

Give to Operation Noah

The John Ray Initiative

JRI's mission is to promote responsible environmental stewardship in accordance with Christian principles and the wise use of science and technology. They are an educational charity and offer a two-year course of study in rural and environmental issues from a Christian viewpoint.

Give to the John Ray Initiative

Climate Stewards

Climate Stewards have a number of projects across the world, from tree planting to environmental clubs in schools to supplying smokeless stoves. They help people and organisations to respond to climate change, particularly Christians.

Give to Climate Stewards

Green Christian

Christian Ecology Link (also known as Green Christian) are a group of Christians from all backgrounds and traditions who work to care for creation through prayer, living simply, public witness, campaigning and mutual encouragement.

Give to Green Christian

Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility

The ECCR’s focus is to encourage Christians to make more ethical decisions about how they use their money to bring positive change. This includes decisions that affect our planet and God’s creation. They offer resources to help us all create a fairer greener future.

Give to the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility


I was looking for an environmental Christian charity for our church to support by donations and prayer. This list was sent to me by our Eco Church leader.
Unfortunately the link above for this charity appears to be no longer in use; its latest information refers to 2020.
I found the latest details on the main WCC website, by searching for "Water network". Here is the new link: https://www.oikoumene.org/what-we-do/ecumenical-water-network
so you can update your links.
The original website had a donations option, but it seems that they now provide advice and resources, but don't provide grants to projects.

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