Matthew 25: Ministries: Caring for the World During a Devastating Hurricane Season

Disaster Relief After Hurricane Dorian

2020 was the most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, with 30 named storms. In the span of about two months, the Gulf Coast was hit by 4 major hurricanes: Laura, Sally, Delta, and Zeta. These storms caused widespread destruction throughout multiple states. In response to these storms, Matthew 25: Ministries shipped 38 truckloads of […]

How to help the Ukrainian people with Global Impact charities

As the Ukraine crisis continues, Global Impact charities are on the ground providing critical emergency services like medical care, shelter, food, water and more. Many of our partners had a presence in Ukraine and the surrounding area prior to the invasion, positioning them to respond quickly to the devastating situation with in-country staff and local […]

MATTHEW 25: MINISTRIES: Hurricane Michael – Helping Neighbors in Need

Hurricane Michael – Helping Neighbors in Need Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 hurricane, attained peak winds of 155 mph as it made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 10, 2018. The storm weakened to a tropical storm over Georgia, and moved out over the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the Mid-Atlantic states. The […]

MATTHEW 25: MINISTRIES: Norma from Nicaragua – A Story of Transformation

Success Story – Norma from Nicaragua – A Story of Transformation Norma’s Story Paso Real, Nicaragua – Paso Real was most certainly the village where the word “hopeless” was coined. It was also the place that gave life to Norma Hanna, but it gave that life no meaning or purpose. By overcoming enormous obstacles, Norma […]

MATTHEW 25: MINISTRIES: Naica’s Story

Naica

Naica grew up in an orphanage in Haiti. 15% of all children in Haiti are orphaned or abandoned (“practically orphaned”). Since the 2010 earthquake, experts estimate that the number of orphans is about 750,000. Approximately 80% of the children living in orphanages in Haiti have at least one living parent. Naica has one living parent […]