Together, we’re bringing restoration and healing to broken communities.
Today across the globe, violence, oppression and discrimination prevent millions from living up to their God-given potential.
Harmful traditional beliefs about the role of girls and women, tribal and ethnic divisions, and cultural stigmas that marginalize the disabled, widowed, or abused, strip many from the fullness of life they deserve. But together, we can change that. When you give today, you help us restore individuals, families and communities to the life God intended for them, through our work in:
Prevention of violence against women
Your gift has the power to save lives.
Here are just some of the things your money can do.
$60 // Deliver Emergency
$110 // Provide Water &
$160 // Provide Household &
$210 // Sponsor a Preparedness
“I praise God for the peace committee in my village. Without these peacemakers, my family would be broken and our community divided."
— Jean, DRC
Your generosity makes a transformative and lifelong impact. When you give, you’ll join our family of passionate changemakers committed to changing our world.
Read more about how you’re helping us fight back against violence, discrimination and oppression.
An estimated 243 million women and girls around the world have been subjected to sexual and/or physical violence by an intimate partner in the last 12 months. Experts warn that this number is likely to increase dramatically as security, health and money worries heighten stress within homes, and confined living conditions place women at heightened…
Five years ago, UN member states came together to designate July 30th as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons in an effort to “raise awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and promote and protect their rights.” As we acknowledge this day at World Relief, we encourage you to read on to learn…
DRC: The Conflict in Context “Conflict spares no one,” writes Cyprien Nkiriyumwami, World Relief Africa Director for Peacebuilding. The context in which he writes is that of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). For twenty years the DRC has experienced continuous and brutal conflict, originally a result of the tribal animosities unleashed by the…