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Emergency Response Fund
Global partnerships and ecumenical relationships in 120 countries mean the United Church can support partners immediately when disasters strike.
COVID-19: Global Response
Make a gift today to help those affected by the pandemic in the Global South.
Aid for Asylum Seekers in Central and North America
Help Mission & Service partner ACT Alliance respond to the needs of asylum seekers in Central America, Mexico, and at the U.S. border.
We are accepting donations to help Mission & Service partners provide relief to the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Support the United Nations Relief and Works Agency
We are accepting donations to support United Nations refugee agency’s campaign to protect the rights and dignity of Palestinian refugees.
Call on Canada to Oppose the US Middle East Plan
Urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to support human rights and oppose Trump’s Mideast plan.
Create a Universal Basic Income Program
Poverty can happen very quickly to anyone. A universal basic income would help address the persistent inequities within our country.
Israeli Military Detention—No Way to Treat a Child
Despite the dangers of COVID-19, the number of Palestinian children in Israeli military detention has increased. Call for their release.
Join Korea Peace Now!
2020 marks 70 years since the start of the Korean War in June 1950. Add your voice to those urging Canada to demonstrate global leadership. Lift sanctions, save lives. Lift sanctions, build peace.
The Philippines: Typhoons, Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruption
The United Church is accepting donations to help Mission & Service partners respond to consecutive disasters in the Philippines.
Urge PayPal to Extend Its Services to Palestinians
Support The United Church of Canada and the United Church of Christ’s efforts to end PayPal’s discrimination against Palestinians.
Wet’suwet’en and the Right to Free, Prior, and Informed Consent
Ask the federal and BC governments to embody the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in their relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
Where’s Canada’s Human Rights Ombudsperson?
Communities negatively affected by the overseas operations of Canadian extractive-sector companies are waiting for justice.