Who is FDR?
Foursquare Disaster Relief (FDR) is made up of thousands of donors and volunteers giving their time and resources to ease the suffering of others and help them rebuild. Click below to learn more about who we serve around the world.
We serve as agents of peace in an increasingly chaotic world. The Bible clearly tells us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and minister to the least of these. Foursquare Disaster Relief brings the whole gospel to the whole world by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of people desperately in need of hope.
Meeting Immediate Needs
When disaster strikes, FDR mobilizes volunteers to organize supplies and establish aid distribution centers as quickly as possible.
Providing Spiritual Care
FDR equips local ministers with crisis training to readily deliver the peace and hope of Christ even amidst disaster.
Establishing Long-term Solutions
During ongoing humanitarian crises, FDR remains steadfast with disaster relief services that survivors desperately need to rebuild.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Foursquare Disaster Relief (FDR) operates with 10 percent or less of overhead expenses. This 10 percent is broken down to basic administrative costs, such as communications, print material, donor thank-you's and Foursquare Connection costs (expenses that are not field focused).
As part of The Foursquare Church, FDR is able to utilize resources from the departments of the central office, such as Human Resources, Information Technology, Accounting, Legal, Foursquare Missions International (FMI), the National Church Office (NCO) and other Foursquare services at no additional expense to FDR. Ninety-three percent of every dollar helps provide the best response, care and relief to victims of disasters in the U.S. and around the globe.