How can you end poverty? Take the 60/40 challenge this March.
The End Poverty App is a unique way to live out your faith and challenge yourself to improve the lives of families and communities around the world.
While preparing to celebrate 60 years of Baptist World Aid, we set ourselves the challenge to end poverty through love and commitment. We are proud to invite you to join us as we, as a community of believers, put our faith into action.
We cannot end poverty by going about our daily business as usual. We need to challenge ourselves to do more, to do better. Which is why the App also features our latest version of the Ethical Fashion Guide.
It’s time to call on the fashion industry to do better. The Ethical Fashion Guide will help you make informed choices about the brands you buy from, and their efforts to reduce the risks of labour exploitation and modern slavery in their supply chains.
The End Poverty App also features a remarkable challenge: the 60/40 Challenge.
Join an Australia-wide community of Christians taking on our challenge.
From March 4, over 40 days, you’ll be guided through 60 actions for change. When you embark on this journey to become more grateful, committed and generous in spirit, you help end poverty for individuals, families and communities around the world.
Get ready to be counted, to be bold and to be brave as you set your fundraising target, and day-by-day, one action at a time, edge closer to ending poverty.
This isn’t just about changing the lives of those in need, it’s also an opportunity to explore the journey of discipleship and make small changes in your life that bring you closer to God.
When you change the way you give, you can change the way you live.
How it works:
Download the End Poverty App
Sign up to the 60/40 Challenge
Set your fundraising target
Involve your community
And start your challenge
Each day, you’ll be sent prompts and advice, inspiration and stories that help you see the power that’s in your hands.
You can end poverty for a person in need. Together, we can end the poverty that holds back entire communities.
By the end of April we aim to raise over $400,000 to help communities in need get the vital care that Baptist World Aid has committed to for over 60 years.