God is using UCB to bless people like Clive – whose story is shown below - every day and there is a growing demand for UCB’s radio programmes, publications and other areas of ministry.

Thank you for considering giving a gift to UCB! Here’s why it’s urgently needed:

UCB is a charity and we depend on the generosity of our readers, listeners and viewers. Last year, we received fewer gifts from our supporters, which meant a drop in income of almost £1 million. The generosity shown in the last few weeks has been overwhelming, and we are now so close to our target of an additional £500,000.

During these challenging times, we should not be considering cutting back in ministry, but should be expanding to meet the growing thirst for God’s Word.

Please stand with us by praying for a financial breakthrough, and by giving a gift.

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Why regular donations?

A regular income is essential. It means…

We can plan ahead

We can cover essential ongoing costs.

Broadcasting our two UK-wide digital Radio stations UCB1 and UCB2.

Sharing the UCB Word For Today through radio, print and online.

Producing and maintaining our UCB TV player app.

We can deliver life-changing content.

For UCB TV: filming amazing documentaries and testimonies, new shows and films like Cross Purposes, Facing the Canon, Jovis.

For UCB Radio: recording special programmes like our live broadcast from the Hillsong Summer Conference

We can broadcast live from some of the biggest Christian events in the UK, like Big Church Day Out, One Event, Hillsong Colour conference and Mission Worship.

We can impact lives like Clive’s.

If you already give regularly and would like to increase your gift, please call our Supporter Care team on 0845 60 40 401. Thank you.

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A number of years ago, I was diagnosed with cancer. The doctor said, ‘if you don’t have chemo, Clive, I’ll give you six months maximum.’ So I went through my cancer journey, had chemotherapy. For somebody who likes to be very active, I couldn’t actually move or even get up the stairs.

But the UCB notes were just such an encouragement to me, and are on a daily basis. I know the Word of God is so powerful, and when you’re going through a ‘valley’ experience, you’re really ministered to through the UCB Word For Today.

. It is such an encouragement and such a blessing to people like myself who have gone through that cancer journey and others who are struggling with family pressures, financial pressures and other health issues. So thank you to everybody at UCB for making a huge difference in my life and in the lives of other people.’

Reverend Clive Doubleday, Founder
and CEO of Christian charity Smile International, and UCB Word For Today reader