Many are struggling to meet their daily needs in the historic Armenian Christian enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, which was invaded by Azerbaijan in 2020. Barnabas Aid is helping our Armenian brothers and sisters to support themselves financially through small farming ventures, like raising sheep and pigs or producing honey.
We want to encourage anyone who can to send a special Giving Tuesday gift to those who are less fortunate than themselves. As we enter Advent and prepare for the coming of our Saviour into the world, Barnabas Aid is encouraging supporters to send a special Giving Tuesday donation to our Armenian brothers and sisters.
Anything you can give will help Armenian families in need. You can donate as much or as little as you can spare. We’ve also got a breakdown of how much it costs to give practical elements to help families meet their daily needs, to give you an idea of what your donation will buy for a family.
Many Armenian Christians were lost their home and their livelihoods when Azerbaijan invaded Nagorno-Karabakh in September 2020. Your donation can help Christian families support themselves financially through pig and sheep-rearing, as well as bee-keeping, ensuring they can survive and maintain a Christian presence in this historic region.
Farming is a traditional occupation for the families of Nagorno-Karabakh, and anything you give will be used to boost their efforts in obtaining an income as they face intimidation and persecution from the invaders.
Giving Tuesday (also known as #givingtuesday) is the perfect opportunity to remember Christians in need. The day usually follows two huge shopping days – Black Friday and Cyber Monday – and aims to inspire people to give to charitable causes during the season of giving.
Giving Tuesday 2022 takes place on November 29th.