UMCOR provides humanitarian relief in the United States and internationally. Our efforts are targeted in places where natural disasters, war, or conflict have done so much damage that communities are unable to recover on their own. While UMCOR is not a first-response organization, we stand ready to accompany communities in need over the long haul of their recovery, until they are well on their way to establishing a “new normal” after a crisis.
In addition, UMCOR helps communities in the United States and abroad prepare for emergencies and to reduce the risk of disasters through a roster of training programs.
We also are involved in global development work. Specific programs address issues of health, sanitation, poverty, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, and food security. Many development problems are interrelated, so UMCOR uses integrated solutions to address their root causes. UMCOR seeks to empower local hospitals, schools, churches, and other stakeholders by enhancing their capacity to address these issues.
If you are seeking a grant from UMCOR and have not partnered with us before, please click here to fill out a project assessment form.
Periodically UMCOR issues requests for proposals (RFPs). Currently the following RFPs are available:
United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) Supports Recovery Efforts in Japan
UMCOR is seeking applications in response to Japan’s triple disaster (earthquake, tsunami and nuclear) in Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate prefectures. A minimum of five grant awards will be made for up to a total US$5,000,000 to to support multiple programs or projects according to the guidelines. Application deadline is July 31, 2013.
2013 Request for Proposal (RFP)