Get your voice heard: create a letter for creation

Throughout 2021 – 2022, children and young people are invited to share their views on climate change in a creative project called Letters for Creation. Christian Aid has worked with children in the UK and across the world to develop some beautiful pieces of art that capture their concerns and hopes about the climate crisis. These artworks are available to order as a poster and postcard set, to inspire young people to raise their voices with their own letters for creation.

We invite schools and churches to use the posters to have Letters for Creation exhibitions and use them to inspire young people to create their own artworks so that the prophetic voices of children and young people can be heard and engaged with by the wider community. 

As well as our poster pack, we have lots of resources such as lesson plans and ideas for youth groups. to inform and inspire young people in schools and in churches. To find out more, order the posters and other resources, head to the Christian Aid website.

We also plan to display the artwork at the Lambeth Conference and the Greenbelt Festival.


Image of melting earth created by Jacob Cunningham-Bell and students from Dalriada School
Art created by Jacob Cunningham-Bell and students from Dalriada School in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland
Example Submissions
History of Letters for Creation
Read letters from senior clergy across the Anglican Communion