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Change That Lasts

We think it's possible. Do you?

Change That

Lasts

We think it's possible. Do you?

Change

That Lasts

We think it's possible.
Do you?

Imagine a world where every person is seen and valued for the person God created them to be, where the church steps into its calling to love and serve those who are suffering among us and where diverse communities all over the world flourish in shalom.

That's the kind of world we're building at World Relief, and we're so excited to tell you more about it.

For nearly 80 years, across 100 countries


we've been equipping churches, communities and people like you to develop sustainable, locally-driven solutions to some of our world's most pressing problems.

Together, in 2022 we:

Mobilized

HOMEPAGE_Mobilized Churches

4,635
churches

across the globe to meet urgent needs and create lasting change within their communities.

Read about churches in Malawi.

Equipped

HOMEPAGE_Equipped Volunteers

80,333
volunteers

 

globally to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly alongside their vulnerable neighbors

Read about volunteers in Memphis, TN

Provided

HOMEPAGE_Provided Services to Ukrainians

350,000+
Ukrainians and Afghans

with emergency food, shelter, and resettlement services

Read about the situation in Ukraine

Served

HOMEPAGE_Served Women Men Children

5,056,973
women, men and children

across the globe.

Read about the work at the U.S.-Mexico border.

With the help of people like you, we respond with compassion, advocacy and technical expertise to build flourishing communities. Together, we create change that lasts.


Here's how:

Humanitarian & Disaster Response

Community Development

Refugee & Immigration Work

Advocacy & Public Policy


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The latest news from World Relief

Remembering Pastor Salabarria

by Tom Willey, first director of World Relief – Miami, opened in 1980 There is a name that should never be forgotten in the history of the Miami Office of World Relief: Manuel B. Salabarria.  He was God’s man for the time.  On May 5th 1980, I was asked to open the Miami Office of…

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We are still human beings

by Lynne HybelsIt is Sunday morning before church. If we left Congo today, we would feel that we have received what we were meant to receive on this trip. Undoubtedly, we will receive more in the days to come, but it will all be bonus. Yesterday, we fell into the pure center of why we…

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Lynne Hybels Speaks on Peace in Kenya

By Allison SchroederWait a minute…Isn’t this the Ten for Congo trip? Why Kenya? One of the hardest things about being an advocate for a particular place — especially a place as complex as the Democratic Republic of Congo — is that you have to take into consideration difficult things like international relations, globalization, and regional…

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Are you tired of quick fixes to complex problems? Begin investing in change that lasts by joining us.

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