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Christian Aid Head's Farewell Message

THE outgoing Head of Christian Aid Scotland has thanked supporters for their work as she steps down from the role.

The Rev Kathy Galloway, a Church of Scotland minister and former leader of the Iona Community, who left on Friday after seven years with the charity, said she had travelled the length and breath of the country in her work for Christian Aid over the years and said she had been “so impressed by the commitment and enthusiasm of supporters.”

Thanking all supporters of the charity for their work, she added: “It has been a real privilege and a pleasure to meet so many of you, to be in contact with you and to know that you share the commitment of Christian Aid to overcoming poverty and working for a more just world.”

She has been succeeded by another Church of Scotland minister, the Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, who was associate minister of Dunblane Cathedral and completes her term of office as Convener of the Church’s Church and Society Council next month.

Watch Kathy’s farewell message to Christian Aid supporters at


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