The Committee on Relief has secured a donation of cloth face masks through FEMA. These masks are available to staff and volunteers of non-profit organizations and will be available to distribute in the next week(s). Interested churches or organizations should fill out the following request form. COR will review requests and distribute masks. For additional information contact Ben Rogers (email@example.com).
Check out the Mission Engagement Blog page for a new blog by Caroline Wood. This month's topic is Mission During Covid-19 - 2020: Back to the Basics.
It is moving season! The Mission Response Center has an abundance of cardboard boxes available until supplies run out for anyone taking a new appointment, moving, or in need of boxes for any reason. Options for obtaining boxes: Schedule a time to pick up boxes at the MRC either individually or by pallet (~60 boxes per pallet) loaded onto your pickup truck. If you are in need of more than two pallets of boxes you can schedule them to be delivered. Contact Ben Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org for ...
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The Committee on Relief offers advice on how to respond to disaster situations safely during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Committee on Relief and Niner United work with university officials at UNCC to ready six residence halls in South Village to stage a massive field hospital or stable quarantine housing as needed for COVID-19 response.
Volunteers worked to retrieve 10,000 masks (mostly n95) from UMCOR cleaning kits and from Mission Response Center donations this past week.
Early on March 3, tornadoes ripped across parts of Tennessee. One tornado, which reportedly cut a 10-mile path through downtown Nashville and into its eastern suburbs, caused significant damage in the neighborhoods of Germantown and East Nashville and the suburb of Hermitage. Putnam County, about 80 miles from Nashville, was also severely affected. The TNUMC Disaster Response team is working with clergy, district superintendents and Bishop McAlilly to assess damages. In addition to the loss of ...
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