Will you join forces with our mission workers to help those who are suffering the worst effects of the pandemic?
With different nations around the world battling with the coronavirus, our workers and mission partners are bringing hope and healing in the name of Jesus.
- In Central Asia our doctors and nurses are treating local people in community clinics, and helping believers who are in need of essential food and medicines.
Many people in rural areas now lack access to vital drugs such as blood pressure or diabetes medications, and our workers are doing all they can to help. Your gift of £20 today can help provide life-saving medication for a person with a life-threating condition.
- In Ecuador we are working with local churches and charities to provide basic food and supplies to those most affected.
On the edge of the Amazon jungle, a Reach Beyond team has been distributing food bags and live chickens to people struggling to feed their families through loss of work. By giving £50 you can supply a month’s worth of basic food items for a poor family struggling to make ends meet.
- In Southeast Asia we have stepped in to provide free food and small cash amounts to help the daily expenses of Rohingya migrant workers, sharing the love of Jesus with them in practical ways.
Thousands of Rohingya work in construction and as daily labourers, and lockdown has meant that they cannot feed their families. Your gift of £100 today can provide vital supplies to help some of the most vulnerable through this crisis.
Please give £20 or whatever you can to enable our mission workers to provide food, medicines and medical care to poor communities in Asia and Latin America.