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It's UMCOR Sunday all month long!

The local church plays an important role in connecting members to mission. With all of the challenges of the pandemic, one of the biggest has been the loss of in-person worship. When you give online anytime this month, you will be participating in UMCOR Sunday.

Funded by gifts from people like you, UMCOR responded to 55 unique disasters last year, coming to the aid of survivors whose homes and livelihoods were swept away in seconds, all in the midst of the complications of a global pandemic.

I want to help my neighbors when disaster strikes!

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Many things have changed as the result of the pandemic, but the
commitMENT of God’s people to keep walking together in mission
has not waivered. Thank You.

Why do we celebrate UMCOR Sunday?

United Methodists celebrate UMCOR Sunday this year on March 14, 2021—an effort that unites the church in community, invites the participation of each and every person, and underscores our shared commitment as people of God to keep walking together in mission for the benefit of those in need.

Bring hope and healing to those who need it most.GIVE

The General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church, Inc is a 501(c)(3) and donations made are 100% tax-deductible. (EIN): 30-0989628

In the face of 2020’s unprecedented disasters, UMCOR stepped up with essential assistance.

The past year is one we won’t soon forget. We saw storms of record-breaking size and fury. The second-hottest year in Earth’s history. Lives lost and displaced. Climate disasters totaling billions of dollars in damages worldwide. Through it all, people like you rose to the occasion—just as they have been doing for the past 80 years of UMCOR’s remarkable history.

text: 2020 Disaster Response
49 grants totaling $3.2 million to 16 countries,

UMCOR’s 2020 disaster response provided assistance to survivors of wildfires, hurricanes, flooding and other disasters.

This coming year, we pray for the best—but must plan for the worst. Thank you for your support, which provides an oasis of hope and sustenance for survivors when they need it most.

Be there for survivors of natural and manmade disaster by giving today

Many things have changed as a result of the pandemic, but the commitment of God’s people to keep walking together in mission has not wavered.