Hurricane Florence ReliefSeptember 25, 2018 4:06 pm
Central United Methodist Church will again be a collection site for supplies for UMCOR hygiene kits for hurricane relief. The supplies will be sent to the UMCOR Midwest Mission Distribution Center for assembly. Once assembled, the kits will then be shipped out to help victims of hurricane Florence. UMCOR is also taking donations to assist with disaster relief.
Drop-Off Hours – Use the North Entrance for drop-off.
M-W from 9am – 4pm
Thursday 9am – 8pm
Sunday 8:30am – 12:00pm
Hurricane Relief Supply Lists
- For Hygiene Kits [click to download]
Please note that the Midwest Mission Distribution Center is specifically asking that we NOT assemble the kits, just collect the items needed.
If you know of businesses that may consider donating items on the list, please let them know where to drop of materials for the kits.
If you would like to make a financial donation to UMCOR you can do any of the following:
- Write a check to CUMC with UMCOR in the memo line. We will then send UMCOR the money electronically.
- Donate money directly to relief-supply kits, which can also be done electronically [click here].
- Donate on-line directly to UMCOR. If you do this, please use our church code (enter state and zip and it will pop up), so that CUMC will get credit for your donation.
When you donate to UMCOR, 100% of earmarked funds go to disaster relief.
Thank you for your support of this important mission. Please share this page with friends and family that would like to help as well.
About Faith Groups and Disaster Relief
Many religions have disaster relief arms that are integral to responding to and rebuilding after a disaster. This USA Today article can help provide understanding of the importance of these organizations to post-disaster relief and recovery efforts.