Through their generous United Methodist Women members help empower and improve the lives of women, youth and children in the United States and around the world.
About 70 percent of Mission Giving funds from members go to programs and projects supporting women, children and youth. Around 20-30 percent stays with the local, district, and conference organizations of United Methodist Women for local mission. Only 9 percent covers administrative costs.
News about how Mission Giving puts Faith • Hope • Love in Action
Skills Training Program: Women’s Training Centers in Kissy and Kono Musu by Beatrice Fofanah
05/14/2013 Through projects funded by United Methodist Women, women can acquire skills that will empower them to find better ways of generating income.
The Roma by Paul Jeffrey
05/01/2013 United Methodist Women and others will come together to study the Roma this year and next at hundreds of Mission u gatherings, the next generation of United Methodist Women’s Schools of Christian Mission.
Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Palestine
04/29/2013 United Methodist Women supports female leadership programs and the Jalazoune refugee camp kindergarten.
Operation HOPE Goes on Ubuntu Journey
04/29/2013 It would have been unheard of some eight years ago for members of Operation HOPE to be going on an Ubuntu trip. That was a time when these HIV-positive women were struggling to survive.
United Methodist Women Receive Award From Tacoma Community House by Yvette Moore
04/22/2013 Tacoma Community House honored United Methodist Women for years of service and support at its 103rd annual luncheon in Tacoma, Wash., April 5.
United Methodist Agencies Announce Task Force on Human Rights and Investment Ethics
04/16/2013 The General Board of Pension and Health Benefits (GBPHB) and the General Board of Global Ministries today announced the formation of a United Methodist Church (UMC) representative task force to explore human rights and investment ethics policies.
Treasurer Martha Knight Reports on 2012 Giving by Yvette Moore
03/11/2013 Treasurer Martha S. Knight gives United Methodist Women 2012 financial report at the first annual gathering of the new program advisory group at Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville, Tenn., March 7-9, 2013.
Climate Change by Sharon Delgado
03/06/2013 As United Methodist Women members, we can educate ourselves about climate change and raise it as an issue in our congregations, even if it generates controversy.
Christ-Bearing People Pressing On Toward the Goal by Ruth E. Robinson
02/26/2013 A little over a year ago, the Dallas Bethlehem Center came to a crossroads in its ability to deliver educational and social services to its constituent community. The center experienced a significant lack of financial support, caused, in part, by the downturn of the economy.
Minute for Mission: 2013
02/05/2013 Share these figures that loosely interpret the value of United Methodist Women¹s mission work with women, children and youth in the United States and in countries around the world.
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