Reporting Organization

World Renew

World Renew, is the relief and development arm of the Christian Reformed Church in North America. World Renew reaches out in God's name to people, both in North America and around the world, who are struggling with poverty, hunger, disaster, and injustice to help them find lasting ways to improve their lives. One aspect of this ministry is community development. In this ministry, World Renew's staff members engage in community transformation in 30 countries around the world. They partner with more than 130 churches and community organizations to train local people to be leaders in their own communities. Together, World Renew and these partners help people work together to overcome illiteracy, hunger, malnutrition, unemployment, HIV/AIDS, child mortality, injustice, and other issues affecting them. Another aspect of World Renew's ministry is disaster response and relief. When disasters strike, World Renew responds to the urgent needs that arise. In North America, this often includes clearing debris, assessing needs, training local leaders, and repairing and rebuilding damaged homes. Internationally, it includes providing and distributing emergency food, water, shelter, and other supplies. It also often involves reconstruction of homes and livelihoods. The third aspect of World Renew's ministry involves working with people in North America and around the world to connect them to ministry, deepen their understanding of global issues, and encourage them to act and advocate on behalf of those in need.

Website http://www.worldrenew.net
Twitter http://twitter.com/worldrenew_net
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/worldrenew

Projects

ordered by most recently updated

  • Response to Hurricane Matthew

    A project from 4 different sectors in Grand'Anse

    Working in the community of Duchity, Grand Anse. 400 tarps have been distributed; 500 Sawyer Water filters and potable water distributed alongside training on using the filters; a 3-month food assistance and... Learn more

    Last updated February 6, 2017