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Disaster Relief
Twenty-four cleaning buckets were provided to an affordable housing community for low income and agricultural workers in Half Moon Bay, Calif., after it was flooded. Photo courtesy of the California-Nevada Conference.

As floods rise, United Methodists reach out

California is continuing to deal with storms causing devastating floods, and it’s still too soon to assess the scope of the damage. But United Methodists are already doing what they can to help.
Disaster Relief
The church has been aiding refugees from Ukraine with multiple ministries. Graphic courtesy of The United Methodist Church in the Central Conference of Central and Southern Europe.

United Methodists continue to support Ukrainians as war nears first anniversary

An ambulance, fully loaded with medical supplies, was recently provided to Ukraine by the church in the Czechia. Since Russia has been targeting the Ukrainian power grid, churches are also sending generators, batteries, lamps and reflective vests.
Disaster Relief
The Rev. Yolanda Williams helps load donated supplies at her church, Glenwood United Parish, which was a drop-off location for other congregations. Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Conference.

Supplies going to Haiti, Ukraine

Nearly 11,000 pounds of supplies were collected by 23 United Methodist churches with supplies going to UMCOR which will distribute them in Haiti, Ukraine and to parts of the U.S. to assist with Hurricane Ian relief.