MISSION GIVING PLUS
We found 9 additional articles filed under Mission Giving Plus. They're listed below, most recent first.
- One Cow at a Time
06/01/2013 -- Through its cow bank, Acción Médica Cristiana empowers women and feeds families in Nicaragua.
- Offering Hope
06/01/2013 -- Deaconess Rachel Patman works to prevent domestic violence before it begins in rural Virginia.
- Treasurer Martha Knight Reports on 2012 Giving
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.
- Members Continue Dedicated Giving
10/14/2011 -- As the Women’s Division studies funds endowed to United Methodist Women over the last 140 years, Treasurer Martha Knight asked directors to imagine what future members would say about their lasting legacy.
- Women's Division Annual Report: 2010 (PDF)
10/07/2011 -- Thinking About the Next 100 Years: Shaping Faith, Hope and Love into Action.
- Budget 2011: Faith, Hope and Love in Action
09/26/2011 -- God’s mission is for everyone. When we respond to God’s grace in love we are transformed and motivated to become mission-bearers in God’s world. United Methodist Women have been fulfilling God’s mission for the past 140 years. Everything we do is in keepi...
- Finances Represent Where United Methodist Women Legacy Lives, Says Treasurer
04/10/2011 -- Revenues rose from the previous year due to Assembly attendance and faithful giving by members as the economy begins recovery.
- A Brighter Future for Children and Youth: 2009-2012 (Word, 140K)
01/24/2011 -- The Women's Division offers grants of up to $4,000 for projects and programs addressing the needs of children and young people between the ages of 5 to 18 in the areas of violence prevention, anti-abuse and relationship abuse.
- Giving for 2009 Sees New Factors at Work
10/12/2010 -- Women’s Division Treasurer Martha Knight encouraged directors to continue to tell the story of Mission Giving, as “we cannot ignore the new economy.”
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