Listen to the sounds of Typhoon Haiyan response.
NEWS: Relief to Kobani Refugees in Turkey ,
PRAYER: Sandy Anniversary,
MEET UMCOR STAFF: Denisse Zarate,
RESOURCE: Global Ministires Overview Booklet,
MEDIA: After Typhoon Haiyan: Inside Constructed Homes
UMC #GivingTuesday donations to UMCOR Sager Brown for relief-kit materials bring hope to those in need.
Where are the ‘hidden’ survivors of Hurricane Sandy?
NEWS: Relief for Typhoon Survivors,
PRAYER: Midwest Storms,
MEET UMCOR STAFF: Charles Owusu,
RESOURCE: UMCOR 75TH ANNIVERSARY: Pastor’s Toolkit,
MEDIA: AFTER TYPHOON HAIYAN: A Moment of Gratitude
UMCOR's partnerships and alliances allow it to extend disaster assistance into many corners of the globe.
South Carolina pastor, originally from Ghana, offers a litany for those impacted by the Ebola virus.
What happens when human trafficking survivors return home? Read one woman's experience of reintegration with UMCOR's anti-trafficking program in Armenia.
Kansas church raises funds to support UMCOR efforts in response to Ebola.
NEWS: Water for Tanzania,
PRAYER: Missionaries Return to Ebola Affected Countries,
MEET UMCOR STAFF: Regan Deming,
RESOURCE: New Giving Tuesday Resources,
MEDIA: Thank You From The Philippines
Volunteers in Pateros, Washington, organize a “Make a Difference Day” inviting volunteers to help those affected by July wildfires.
Global Handwashing Day celebrates the simple action that has big consequences for fighting disease and infection.
Increased UMCOR funding allows for more meals to be served through the Haiti Hot Lunch program.
Children of First United Methodist Church in Hays, Kansas, bless UMCOR with gift of health kits.
Volunteers “beat the wintertime clock” in Alaska.
UMCOR works with survivors of trafficking in Armenia, providing rehabilitation and reintegration services.
On World Food Day (Oct. 16), we celebrate family farmers who protect the Earth and feed their communities.
UMCOR helps rebuild homes with greater resilience to withstand future disasters.
Creating a long-term Ebola response to a crisis that may have a long-term negative impact on health systems, economies and social practices.
NEWS: UMCOR Board Approves $1.5 Million For US Disaster Recovery,
PRAYER: Young Adults Considering Mission,
MEET UMCOR STAFF: Dr. Olusimbo Ige,
RESOURCE: Where Does Your Chocolate Come From?,
MEDIA: After Typhoon Haiyan: Restored Hope
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