Hurricane Response – How Can We Help?

We watched as Hurricane Dorian left a trail of damages in its wake. Now is the time for us to become part of the restoration process.

GREAT ABACO, BAHAMAS – SEPTEMBER 04: An aerial view of damage caused by Hurricane Dorian is seen on Great Abaco Island on September 4, 2019 in Great Abaco, Bahamas. A massive rescue effort is underway after Hurricane Dorian spent more than a day inching over the Bahamas, killing at least seven as entire communities were flattened, roads washed out and hospitals and airports swamped by several feet of water, according to published reports. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The best way for us to help is to donate financially through UMCOR’s US Disaster Response Advance #901670 or the International Disaster Response Advance #982450 (for the Bahamas). You may give
(1) online directly to UMCOR by clicking here,
(2) write a check made out to St. James UMC and designate the UMCOR Advance number or mark “Hurricane Relief,” or
(3) click the button below to give online directly to the Hurricane Relief fund at St. James UMC.
 
 
 
 
 
UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) outlines specific ways that you can help now, even as rescue efforts remain underway.  Click the UMCOR logo below for information.