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Urgent Help Needed: Learn More about Ukrainian Refugee Response

Disaster Projects

Foursquare Disaster Relief is a nonprofit organization that sends much-needed supplies and volunteers to our partner churches located in disaster areas all around the globe.

Ukrainian Refugee Response

On February 24, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine in the eastern territory of Donbas. Life has been turned upside down for the 44 million Ukrainians in the days that have passed. With a constant threat of gunfire, explosions, and missiles, Ukrainians are fleeing the place they call home. Over a million people have already left, and millions more will be displaced by this war.

Foursquare Disaster Relief is working closely with its European Foursquare churches and FMI workers to respond swiftly to Russia’s was against Ukraine by providing food and life-saving essentials.

Myanmar Response

February 1, 2021 

The ongoing military coup in Myanmar, paired with the ravages of a global pandemic, has left its people in dire need. Through partnership with 100 local Foursquare Churches, Foursquare Disaster Relief continues to provide food, such as fish, veggies, pasta and rice, to help the people hiding in their homes and the jungle.

Hurricane Ida

August 26, 2021

Hurricane Ida made landfall on the Louisiana coast as a Category 4 hurricane and continued northwest, leaving New Orleans without power and communities flooded and with significant wind damage. Foursquare Disaster Relief immediately mobilized a response through our incredible Louisiana Foursquare churches.

 

Afghan Refugee Response

September 9, 2021

Life is grim in Afghanistan as the Taliban reasserts control. Despite their public commitment to remain moderate, we see signs of returning to historic hard-line rule. Many people within the country now find themselves in danger: women, Christians, and anyone who may have aided a foreign power during the occupation. We are working closely with our Foursquare churches in Albania and Turkey to help refugees who left their country with only the clothes on their backs.

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