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Supporting Christian teachers in financial distress

The CSSBI is a charity that aims to meet specific short-term needs caused by unforeseen circumstances or significant misfortune, in order to help teachers re-establish themselves, and regain financial stability.

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What we do

The CSSBI is a charity that aims to meet specific short-term needs caused by unforeseen circumstances or significant misfortune, in order to help teachers re-establish themselves, and regain financial stability.

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Who can apply

Today the CSSBI is actively looking for those individuals from all Christian denominations who would benefit from their support.

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Who we've helped

The CSSBI provides financial support to Christian current and former teachers, (including lecturers and teachers in training), and thus also supports their families, at times of real hardship.

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“I am writing to thank you for the assistance you gave me recently. Your understanding of my circumstances and your decisive action went a long, long way to alleviate the burden occasioned by my wife’s illness. Your intervention was so crucial. I am glad to say that my wife is making encouraging progress in her recovery, so much so I have been able to return to full time teaching”.
“Our thanks seem so insufficient for something that has had such a massive impact on our lives. It is hard for me to say how my illness has affected me over the last few years. I don’t think I had realised how down I had started to feel. How different the last few days have been. I think my wife summed it up perfectly this morning when she said to me, ‘You have smiled so much since the scooter arrived it’s like having the real you back again’ so thank you with all our hearts”.
“We have been so grateful for all the support that the CSSBI has given us – it’s been such a blessing and has kept us afloat financially which in turn has helped us with dealing with the stresses and readjustments we’ve needed to make over the recent months.”
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