We put gospel values of justice and compassion into practice Our vision, as a Christian organisation, is that the UK can and must be transformed into a country where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of dignity, freedom and hope, of power over their own lives. We believe that our vision – an end to poverty in the UK – can become a reality.To realise our vision, our long-term goal is to build a powerful social movement with people and communities struggling against poverty to reclaim dignity, agency and power together. Read about our values How we make change happen We aim to... Build a social movement Build a social movement To realise our vision, we must transform social attitudes and public policies. Only a powerful social movement, drawn together around a common cause, can do this. We aim to... Work with the real experts Work with the real experts People who live with poverty on a daily basis must be at the forefront of the movement. Solutions to poverty will only work if they are rooted in the knowledge and expertise of those who understand it best. We aim to... Speak truth to power Speak truth to power A movement to end poverty has to speak out against injustice. It must also build broad support for action by Government, business and others to tackle the root causes of poverty in the UK. We aim to... Mobilise the power of civil society Mobilise the power of civil society To build a broad movement, we work with all kinds of partners, develop effective coalitions, and equip people to work together for change. We aim to... Use the media to tell stories Use the media to tell stories To build broader public support, we have to mobilise the power of the media. Our most powerful advocates are people with stories to tell. The most powerful stories point to long-term solutions rooted in compassion and justice. We aim to... Help churches be catalysts for change Help churches be catalysts for change Churches have a key role to play, by affirming the gospel imperatives to give priority to the poorest and most marginalised in society, and by working to transform unjust structures.