ABOUT EP2030

"Our motivation to work for the end of extreme poverty should be rooted in our love for Jesus and our love for the poor."

~ Scott C. Todd // Senior VP for Global Advocacy, Compassion International

What is
End Poverty 2030?


On 1st January 2016 the United Nations launched their post Millennium Development Goals called the Sustainable Development Goals, a list of 17 goals to end extreme poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all by 2030.

Despite the importance of these goals, they seem to have slipped beneath the radar for many, with little public awareness or engagement, including within the Christian faith. End Poverty 2030 exists to engage, equip and empower the church to join in this historic movement and help end extreme poverty by 2030.

End Poverty 2030 is an idea that has been conceived by a small group in the development sector, passionate about engaging, equipping and empowering the church to join in this historic movement and help end extreme poverty by 2030. We don’t want to do this alone and are looking for partners to help develop this movement.



SDG's

How can we work
together for a solution?


Here are some of our thoughts. What do you think?


Jesus commanded His followers to radically love others as He loved us

We can have a leading voice in ending extreme poverty by 2030 through our character and actions as believers

The church must embrace the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and join this historic movement

End Poverty 2030 exists to engage, equip and empower the local church to fulfill this vision




End Poverty 2030 is an idea that has been conceived by a small group in the development sector. We don’t have all the answers, nor do we fully know where this idea will lead, but we are adamant that the WHO’s WHO…begins with YOU! We’re looking for individuals, denominations, NGOs etc. from the Christian faith to join with us and help develop a movement where we can collectively help end poverty by 2030.

Current contributors from our initial small but passionate founding group, include members of Hope Health Action (formerly Haiti Hospital Appeal), Empathy Action, and individuals from Baptist, Anglican and non-denominational churches. We’d love to add your name to the list in the coming months.

Our chance to declare the heart of Jesus by awakening and uniting the local church to end extreme poverty across the world