the Diocesan campaign by completing a questionnaire
if you have not already filled one in for the campaign representative
in your deanery, or if you did not reply to the initial survey.
Tell us about
the current state of your church's involvement with Fairtrade, and
send it to the address at the end of the document.
Make sure you nominate a Fairtrade contact for your church.
The campaign representative for the deanery will make contact with
you. To find out who your local campaign representative is, contact
us, telling us to which deanery you belong.
using Fairtrade tea and coffee. There is a wide range to choose
from. All the information you need can be found at the Fairtrade
Foundation. Traidcraft has an account especially suitable
for small caterers eg churches, with free P+P on orders over £50.
and an application form However you don't have to have
an account with Traidcraft to become a Fairtrade church. Buying
Fairtrade tea and coffee from the supermarket is also completely
acceptable - what counts is the Fairtrade mark on the pack!
Ideas to help
you get started can be found in the Resources
to share your ideas with us to inspire others.
apply for a Fairtrade Poster certificate for your church from the
Fairtrade Foundation if the PCC has agreed to: