One BIG Day of Giving. A lifetime of change.

ALARM Develops Servant Leaders who Reconcile Relationships to Transform Communities. ALARM’s BIG Day of Giving helps us do just that. In 2016, we raised $297,698 in JUST. ONE. DAY. In 2017, we are hoping to raise $500,000.

It’s just one day of giving, but it’s a lifetime of change.

You can help Develop Servant Leaders Who Reconcile Relationships to Transform Communities!

If you’ve never been a part of a one-day, community-wide push to stand with the men and women of ALARM, would you consider joining us this year for ALARM’s Big Day of Giving? There is nothing quite like it! This annual fundraiser is the best opportunity for friends of ALARM to come together in a united effort to transform the lives of men and women in East and Central Africa.


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One of the biggest ways you can help is by letting your friends and family know about ALARM’s Big Day of Giving. We need advocates—people like you—to inspire others to believe that transformation in Africa is possible and to stand with us TODAY, on September 7. Download a picture below and share on social media or email. Here are some ideas to get you started:

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MORE ABOUT ALARM

ALARM was founded in 1994 after the Rwandan Genocide, when more than 800,000 people were killed in 100 days. The genocide demonstrated the desperate need for African leaders who are willing to put the needs of their constituents first and who will work to resolve long-standing, deep-seated tribal and ethnic conflicts. ALARM stepped into this gap and works to develop servant leaders in the African Church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice. ALARM has offices and national African staff in Burundi, D.R. Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. 

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