Responding to Disaster
Every time a natural disaster strikes, The United Methodist Church is there. Get involved today.
Disaster Response Training
Find upcoming ERT training, re-certification, and registration information.
Check here for current trips and sign up to go, or to volunteer as a team leader.
Learn how your local church, or church small group can be invovled today!
Hurricane Dorian has ravaged communities in the Atlantic Ocean. The Bahamas were hit particularly hard. The Desert Southwest Conference needs your help to respond. Financial gifts, UMCOR flood buckets, and trained responders are needed. Click below to learn more about how you can help.
We will be sending disaster response (ERT) teams to affected areas, check the trip link at the top of the page for more information, or contact Tom or Polly today.
Every time natural disaster strikes, The United Methodist Church is there thanks to apportionment giving and courageous individuals like you. Get involved today.
Being an ERT is hard work. You get dirty and sweaty. You go into places that are a mess. And it is incredibly meaningful work to see hope restored as survivors feel they can now take the next steps forward. Is God calling you to serve in this way?
The island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands is in need of volunteers to perform repairs to more than 500 houses damaged by Super typhoon YUTU in October 2018. The need is so great that FEMA will fund transportation and housing for qualified volunteers.