Give monthly to TEAR Australia's General Funds to help us commit to and support our partners' work into the future. You'll receive a subscription to our Target Magazine, which helps you to do deeper into the issues from a biblical perspective.
There are no quick fixes when it comes to poverty. The good news is that there are solutions: but they require hard work, creativity and a commitment to standing alongside the poor in their struggle.
That's the kind of dedication we see in our overseas partners - churches, Christian development agencies and community organisations - as they help transform lives and confront unjust structures.
We need Australians with the same commitment. People who take seriously Jesus' command to "love your neighbour as much as you love yourself".
By becoming a TEAR Australia Partner, and praying and giving regularly to our work, you can bring Good News to the poor - of hope, liberation and fullness of life.
Connect with our international partners and help whole communities walk the long road out of poverty.
As a TEAR Partner you're enabling our overseas partners to support long-term, grassroots development projects that help marginalised communities address the causes of poverty. Examples include:
Keeping our supporters informed is a high priority for TEAR Australia. That's because we believe helping Christians in Australia understand the realities of global poverty, and letting this knowledge shape their lives and faith, is as significant as our development work.
As a TEAR Australia Partner, you'll receive:
TEAR is committed to keeping spending on printing as low as possible. Each copy of Target Magazine costs less than $1 to produce. We see this as an investment in helping our supporters encounter the realities of global poverty while enabling the voiceless to tell their stories.
Our monthly email news 'TEAR Update' includes development insights from our partners, advocacy ideas, and events.
TEAR Australia is a Christian development, relief and advocacy organisation responding to global poverty and injustice. More >