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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

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4,635
churches

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

Read about churches in Malawi.

Equipped

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80,333
volunteers

 

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

Read about volunteers in Memphis, TN

Provided

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350,000+
Ukrainians and Afghans

with emergency food, shelter, and resettlement services

Read about the situation in Ukraine

Served

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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

World Relief Responds: Typhoon Sendong

From midnight on December 17, 2011 to dawn the next day, Typhoon Sendong swept through northern Mindanao in the Philippines. The resulting flash floods claimed more than 1,000 lives and left over 51,000 displaced persons regrouping in temporary evacuation centers. Most of these centers are in the city of Cagayan de Oro where World Relief…

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Haiti Now: This Feels Like Progress

Driving through Port-au-Prince after the earthquake on January 12, meant seeing every version of brokenness imaginable; collapsed buildings, flattened cars, and streams of people ready to tell their stories of loss. World Relief Haiti with its staff of over 40 national employees did not escape the trauma. Befriending the staff meant entering into their stories. …

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Human Trafficking Awareness Day

The journey from trafficked to free is a unique narrative told differently for each individual. A quiet young woman sits nervously in a police station with a World Relief case manager by her side. Recently rescued from unimaginable horror as a victim of human trafficking, she rarely initiates conversation. In between interviews, law enforcement and…

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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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