Bring hope and healing to the world.
Global Ministries and UMCOR, the worldwide mission and development agency of The United Methodist Church, invites members to give love, joy, hope and peace through a denomination-wide year-end giving campaign between November 1 and December 31.
Global Ministries connects the church in mission through the work of evangelism and church revitalization, missionaries, global health, and humanitarian relief and recovery.
Every contribution makes a difference in this vital work and brings hope and healing to the world.
Churches and laity are invited to help promote this giving opportunity in their local communities. Find resources and materials such as graphics, videos, letters, social media posts and more.
Make a gift online today
To give by phone, call 1-888-252-6174 (credit card gifts accepted). To give by mail, make your check payable to Advance GCFA, write the name of the missionary or project and the Advance number on the memo line of the check and send it to:
P.O. Box 9068
New York, NY 10087-9068
For questions about giving, please email email@example.com.
Read Stories of Impact
- Supporting resilience in Haiti, hard-hit by disastersGlobal Ministries’ and UMCOR’s relief and recovery efforts and global health interventions in Haiti center on Haitian-led efforts to build stronger and more resilient infrastructure systems and community networks that include planning and preparation for future disasters.
- In Alabama and Florida, UMCOR provides both immediate and long-term disaster responseFrom Hurricane Michael in 2018 to Hurricane Ian in 2022, UMCOR remains “early in, last out” for many survivors recovering from devastating storms.
- Relief, health, housing and safety for people in UkraineAs the war in Ukraine escalates, UMCOR engages with more partners inside and outside Ukraine to care for war-weary people whose lives have been disrupted and overburdened with loss.
- Clean water flows in rural Côte d’Ivoire communitiesNo longer having to source water from contaminated rivers, streams and wells, four villages draw clean potable water through newly built water towers with pump and wash stations.
- Growing the church in the U.S. one church plant at a timeWithin 20 years, missionary pastor Juarez Goncalves has coordinated the planting of seven United Methodist churches in the United States, centered in New England where he serves multiethnic communities.
- Inclusive and compassionate mission in MongoliaThe small but strong United Methodist Church in Mongolia is a place of belonging for many, but especially minority groups. It ordained its first two local elders in mission – both women – and program development is aimed at children, youth and older adults in need of resources and care.
- Reaching beyond fear to find friendsWhen I reached Montevideo, Uruguay, to begin missionary service as a Global Mission Fellow, I thought I would be working with youth and children. But the first place church leaders assigned me was Espacio VAR, which operates a shelter for people who have no permanent homes.
- Building friendships through LOVEOne of the greatest necessities and challenges for Christians is to genuinely love those whom we serve, especially those whom we do not know.
- God provides willing vessels to serve Hancock County, MississippiBy God’s grace, I have settled into my new position as Community Outreach Coordinator with Gulfside Assembly of Waveland, Mississippi, and I absolutely love it. I am surrounded by the best of the best who have helped with my transition.
- Discerning “God’s transforming voice” in missionJonathan, a physically challenged maintenance worker at the hospital, often catches a lift with me after work. In appreciation, Jonathan says, “May God give you long life.” He is slow at walking to the vehicle and in getting in and out.
- Farming is an act of faithWhen I received an email confirming my selection as a missionary to serve in Mozambique, I couldn’t believe it. When I arrived, I faced different challenges, including language, since I come from an English-speaking country.
- Finding “warm Mongolia” in the coldest capital in the world As a United Methodist clergy member from the Philippines, my missionary assignment is to serve the “coldest capital city in the world,” Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
- Lessons from Taco TuesdayAs a Global Mission Fellow US-2, I moved from my small town in Arkansas to Miami to serve as the Fundraising and Outreach Coordinator for Florida Justice for Our Neighbors, a nonprofit that provides free, high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants throughout the state of Florida.