We can avoid pushing millions of people into poverty, but only if governments take immediate action to tackle climate change.
Thanks to you, and with support from the UK government, we've been helping farmers grow more food and earn an income.
Your donations are supporting emergency relief efforts in Indonesia.
The award of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize to two campaigners against rape in warfare, Nadia Murad and Denis Mukwege, is a powerful symbol of the need to tackle the scourge of sexual violence.
Deacon Blue star urges public to support SCIAF's Indonesia emergency appeal.
Please help survivors of Indonesia's devastating earthquakes and tsunami.
We're sending £20,000 to help survivors of the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.
Alan Brown spends his days making sure the money you give is fully accounted for as part of our Supporter Services team – but now he’s out on the road doing something entirely different.
Weeks after the Indian province was devastated by flooding SCIAF and our partners are helping people rebuild.
Sensational students from John Paul Academy raised £373.45 to help people in need overseas on Saturday washing cars at the Immaculate Conception church in Maryhill, Glasgow.
Following claims that Syrian government forces are preparing an attack on Idlib, SCIAF has joined international calls urging them to halt an attack which would cause vast human suffering for the millions of civilians in the region.
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia has urged people to come along to a charity car wash at Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception Church on Maryhill Road in Glasgow on Saturday 1st September.