Through their generosity 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
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.
Imayam Social Welfare Association: Coimbatore, India
12/20/2012 United Methodist Women supports this project, whose purpose is to support women’s and children’s comfort in the face of HIV/AIDS.
Grassroots International: Palestine
12/17/2012 In the West Bank villages of Bil’in and Nil’in, just outside of Ramallah, 30 women have used the power of honey to keep their communities – and their livelihoods – cohesive and resolute.
Phakamisa: A Project of Pinetown Methodist Church
11/13/2012 Phakamisa is a social uplifting and empowerment ministry of the Pinetown Methodist Church in South Africa, funded by United Methodist Women since 2010.
Batis Center for Women
11/13/2012 United Methodist Women‘s International Ministries with Women, Children & Youth supports the Batis Center for Women in the Philippines.
New Board Approves Budget, Nominates Advisory Group Members for Program Teams by Leigh Rogers
10/22/2012 At their first meeting of the quadrennium as a new configuration of 25 members, the United Methodist Women Board of Directors met October 18-21 in Nashville, Tenn., at United Methodist Women-owned Scarritt-Bennett Center.
Treasurer Presents New Board with Budget, Giving Remains Strong by Leigh Rogers
10/22/2012 Treasurer Martha Knight oriented new directors with the processes and procedures of United Methodist Women’s finances as well as presented them with a recap of the 2012 treasurer’s report.
Living Stewardship: Creating Financial Literacy
10/03/2012 In 2013, the offering received will equip, educate and empower women and youth with financial knowledge and skills necessary to improve their financial well-being and make informed decisions.
Living the Heart of God: United Methodist Women Program Book 2012-2013
09/20/2012 Are you ready to start your new program year? The programs in this book will equip you to live the heart of God in the world so that you will be prepared to see the ways in which you can help build up the body of Christ.
Two Cents a Week: Sheet Music
09/13/2012 Download accompanying song for Mini-Retreat: Faith, Hope and Love in Action Through the PURPOSE.