We are committed to creating a diverse institution that honors and celebrates difference and is inclusive of the communities we serve. Our commitment to diversity stems from a belief that multiple, different perspectives are necessary to manifest a full vision of God’s Kingdom through the work we do. We value people of all backgrounds and strive to build a team that is diverse in ability, ethnicity, language, class, age, gender, religion, race, sexuality, and familial status.
We support our staff, board, partners, and advocates by creating an environment where diverse perspectives are sought, valued, and used to make our institution stronger. We also intentionally seek to ensure that our programs and initiatives promote diversity, equity, and dignity of those we serve.
As a Christian non-profit, we do seek to attract staff with an active faith life, able to affirm the Tearfund statement of faith, and with meaningful participation in Christian church.