Advance hope, love and healing around the world on November 27!
United Methodists will come together to support vital ministry projects and missionaries around the world on #GivingTuesday as they generously #GiveUMC.
Giving through The Advance empowers hundreds of dedicated project leaders and missionaries to share the love of Christ in meaningful, life-saving ways. As always, 100% of all giving will support the designated Advance ministry!
How will you #GiveUMC? Find a project you are passionate about and make a donation!
Further support #GivingTuesday by inspiring others to #GiveUMC! Resources are available to build awareness of this day of generosity, such as social media graphics and a toolkit full of communication tips and fundraising ideas.
Making an impact
Global Ministries, UMCOR and our partners come together to make a world of difference. See how you can advance hope, joy, love, healing and peace with them.
In Mosul, Iraq, the Mines Advisory Group clears landmines, ensuring a safer future for those affected by previous local conflict.
Early Response Teams show signs of hope after disasters, helping to clean homes and share love in times of despair.
||Hunger and Poverty
In Palestine, over 3,000 women make a network of organic farmers who not only support their families but preserve traditional methods of food preparation.
||Global Mission Fellows
Global Mission Fellows are young adults who work to address injustice in marginalized communities. See how Fellows Arsene and Trisha are helping to educate a new generation of peacemakers in South Korea.
When Ken Cruz began serving in Cambodia, the thought he was called to change the people in the community. “The reality,” he says, “is you go there because God wants you to be changed –“
Just in Time
Celinee Mencias volunteered for three months in the town of Maua, Kenya, working to provide essential medical services to the community during a government doctors’ strike.
A global partnership is improving the health, nutrition, water access, education and well-being of residents in an economically depressed area of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
||Evangelism and Church Growth
Rejuvenating A Community
When Jennifer Henneman's 80-year-old patient said, "You're helping to bring me back to live," Henneman knew she was fulfilling her calling. She's a nurse and Church and Community Worker, a dedicated group of missionaries who take the church into the community and bring the community into the church.
A Strong Investment
Sometimes the barriers to education are not complicated but still insurmountable without a little assistance. That’s why UMCOR’s Education and Child Protection program focuses on teacher training, school construction, and school supplies for students like Bara in South Sudan.
“Being a pharmacist and a researcher… will allow me to promote health by designing, developing and distributing medicine to the needy around the globe.” Runako Masline Katsidzira, a United Methodist scholarship recipient from Zimbabwe, has only just begun her life-giving work.