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Global Ministries and UMCOR invites you to Give: love, joy, hope and peace through our year-end giving campaign. Between November 1 and December 31, we’re sharing stories of the ways your contributions are transforming the lives of people around the world.

We encourage you to explore the stories on this page, pick a project you’re passionate about and give.


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Building love: Mission among Phnom Penh’s poorest citizens

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Love personified: Refugees find a warm welcome in Brazil

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Joy in action: African health-care workers enhance C-section skills

 

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Mobilizing joy: Reaching people with physical disabilities in remote places

 

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Rebuilding hope: UMCOR, UMVIM aid Puerto Rico after 2017 hurricanes

 

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Restoring hope: UMCOR assists Chignik fisheries beset by record-low salmon catches

 

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Envisioning peace: Trauma rehabilitation lessens despair in Iraq

 

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Together in peace: United Methodists in Burundi reconcile

 

Become a champion, create a Cause

 

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You are invited to Give: love, joy, hope and peace through our year-end giving campaign. Between November 1 and December 31, we’re sharing stories of the ways your contributions to Global Ministries and UMCOR are transforming the lives of people around the world.

Champion a cause by becoming a peer-to-peer advocate. Peer-to-peer fundraising enables you to become an advocate for a cause by introducing your friends and family to the work you already support. By leveraging the power of social media and email you can share your passion for mission with others while extending your support of a particular missionary or mission project.

This is an opportunity for more people to learn why you support Global Ministries and UMCOR and how they can, too! Click on Create a Cause to learn more.


 

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