DISASTER RESPONSE

Over the last decade, World Renew supporters have met the needs of 6 million disaster survivors, providing more than immediate relief. Together we’ve helped communities realize long-term goals that equip them to function better than before and to endure long after the response work is done.

DISASTER RESPONSE

Over the last decade, World Renew supporters have met the needs of 6 million disaster survivors, providing more than immediate relief. Together we’ve helped communities realize long-term goals that equip them to function better than before and to endure long after the response work is done.

Needs Assessment

Before rebuilding begins, we help communities identify the most pressing needs and create a plan for healing and repair.

Immediate Assistance

In the aftermath of destruction, food and shelter are essential. Our partners on the ground help connect victims with necessities and voucher programs to bolster local economic activity and provide dignity.

Longterm Repair

Ultimately, the hope is to rebuild communities impacted by disaster to be stronger and healthier, able to withstand future storms.

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countries around the world have World Renew disaster programs in place.

North American Disasters

Through donations and volunteer efforts, people like you bring hope to dozens of communities across Canada and the United States suffering from natural disaster. Last year, people like you helped rebuild 290 homes with their time, money, and effort.

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Global Disasters

Around the world, political upheaval and natural disasters have created displacement, loss, and suffering. Each year, you have the chance to stand with 200,000 victims of violence through your gifts, service, and prayers.

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HOW WE WORK

When a disaster strikes, we work with partner organizations in order to act quickly and effectively. We believe in working together in order to get the right resources to the right people at the right time.

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WHERE WE WORK

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Stories of Rebuilding

From Syrian and Rohingya refugees to the victims of a cyclone, forest fire, or hurricane, families around the world are finding strength as they grieve loss, heal wounds, and learn to dream again together. Walk with those writing brave stories in the darkest of spaces.

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