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Humanitarian Relief
We’re responding to crises that overwhelm a community’s ability to recover on its own.
Humanitarian Relief
Ready and Able When Asked

United Methodist Early Response Teams [ERT] await calls to assist after disasters strike a community, like the deadly mudslide near Oso, Washington.

When The United Methodist Church responds to domestic or global crises, we can be effective because we work through local churches and volunteer teams that give of their time, resources and monetary means, often drawing from teams in that region and city where the disaster has occurred.

As with any disaster response, The United Methodist Church is committed to long-term relief efforts.

Interested in making a donation to support disaster response in the United States? Visit The United Methodist Committee on Relief site to hearn more.

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