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Send money to encourage, strengthen, support and provide relief to persecuted christians
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Give now…

As well as raising prayers and awareness, Open Doors provides practical and physical support, training and help to people who are at risk simply for following Jesus.

When you give you can choose to donate to the following areas*:

Syria and Iraq

The wars and unrest in Syria and Iraq have created what the UN has called the worst humanitarian crisis in history and Christians are increasingly being caught between the two warring sides.

£15 could go towards rebuilding homes or restoring livelihoods in Iraq and Syria.

Give to where help is most needed

The situation facing many followers of Jesus seems hopeless, but your prayers and support can have a huge impact.

£6 could provide a single survival pack for a secret Christian in North Korea, the most hostile place in the world to be a Christian.

Send hope: Give a Bible

Since 1955, Open Doors have been sending Bibles and smuggling hope into countries where God’s word is outlawed.

£10 could buy, send and deliver a Bible to a young Christian facing persecution.

Transform the lives of children facing persecution

Help give a child or young person resources, training or an education that will give them a new future.

£22 could provide a month’s school fees for a child who has lost a parent or been orphaned due to persecution. We support children in this way all across the world.

You can find out more about these various areas here…

Blackout funds

You can also use the form to send in any money you have raised during our sponsored fast, Blackout, just enter the amount raised in the special Blackout field.

Thank you so much for any money you give.

*Any excess funds will help to strengthen persecuted Christians where the need is greatest.

Use your phone…

Like your phone? Us too, we’re pretty addicted to ours to be honest with you!

So, instead of getting distracted by Angry Birds or some funny pic that’s doing the rounds on Twitter, use your phone to text a donation to followers of Jesus who share our faith but not our freedom. Even a few pounds will be put to good use.

It’s quick and simple, just text ODYG15 followed by the amount you’d like to donate (either £2, £3, £5 or £10) to 70070. The amount you give will be added to your bill and we’ll receive the full amount, which is fantastic! Thanks very much!



Check out the Open Doors JustGiving page for an easy way to set a fundraising target and raise money for secret Christians around the world!

Give Now

Blackout sponsorship money and donations
Give Bibles to young people in the persecuted church
Transform the lives of children in the persecuted church
Rebuilding homes and livelihoods in Iraq and Syria
Where most needed

Save Syria Update

Find out how money, prayers and signatures generated by the Save Syria campaign are making a massive difference!

Where your money will go...

You can give money to an emergency campaign, to send Bibles, to support children affected by persecution or to where help is most needed...


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News / Thoughts

How we're responding in Iraq

Over one million people have fled their homes in Iraq. It's not good, but your support is helping...

Amel's story

Amel is 19 and from rural Egypt. After learning to read and write through an Open Doors literacy programme she's now teaching and mentoring nearly 1500 other teenagers!
Wear it Out

Wear out the message...

Get one of our awesome, ethical "Silence is the loudest scream" Blackout t-shirts for just £12.50 - money raised supports secret Christians!

Give regularly

In giving us just £3 a month - what would amount to a pint, a cup of coffee or a couple of iTunes downloads - we’re able to offer practical help, support and resources to Christians around the world who really need it. Download this form, fill it out and send it back to us to give regularly to Open Doors!

We support people who are beaten, tortured,
imprisoned, falsely accused, and hated simply for following Jesus.