Give to the Crisis Fund
Be a part of relief efforts around the world.
We are heartbroken by the news of the humanitarian crises taking place in Louisiana, Afghanistan, and Haiti. We invite you to continue to join in prayer for each of these places and the people affected by these tragedies. Through our partners on the ground, World Help and Convoy of Hope, we will be aiding in relief efforts.
Looking for how you can help? In addition to your regular giving, you can be a part of the relief efforts by giving to the Crisis Fund now.
What Convoy of Hope is Doing in Louisiana:
Hurricane Ida, one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the U.S., ravaged through Louisiana leaving over a million people without power. In the aftermath of the storm, our partners at Convoy of Hope are already on the ground serving those in desperate need through the distribution of food, water, and relief supplies. We’re also sending a team from Christ Fellowship Missions to partner with these efforts on the ground.
What World Help is Doing in Afghanistan:
After the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan, hundreds of thousands of people are now fleeing for their lives—with many of these refugees having no shelter, no food, and no water. Through our partnership with World Help, we will be providing these individuals and families who have been displaced with physical help for today and spiritual hope for tomorrow.
We’re standing with our global ministry partners ready to aid in additional efforts specifically for women and children, as well as our persecuted Christian brothers and sisters through the underground Church in Afghanistan.
What Convoy of Hope is Doing in Haiti:
After the 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, the already dire situation was made worse by Tropical Depression Grace. Through our partners on the ground, Convoy of Hope, we are a part of bringing life-saving resources like food, water, medical supplies, tarps, lanterns, and other relief supplies to the people of Haiti. This includes distributing over 3.5 million meals to those in need.