Let’s start with the basics of environmental protection and then take a look at some of our Charity Alliance members who are prioritizing this critical issue across their programs.
In an interview with Aron Flasher, he explains how Action Against Hunger’s team developed a new approach to address how climate change has impacted their mission to eliminate hunger and malnutrition.
Resilience: the ability of individuals to bounce back from adversity stronger than before. We have seen this concept working overtime for a year and a half as the world builds a path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and other global emergencies. In 2020 alone, a number of overwhelming disasters affected over 98 million people. […]
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) is guided by a simple phrase: all people have inherent worth, power, and dignity. Since its founding during WWII, UUSC and supporters have actively pursued innovative ways to address some of the most pressing human rights issues of the day —providing support to people confronting oppression, coordinating relief efforts […]
Our relationship to food is of course more than just social – it is crucial to our survival.
Our oceans are in peril but if we have the power to create such negative outcomes, then we also have the power to effect positive change.
“Beyond delivering aid to meet urgent needs, we develop long-term solutions to make lasting change possible.” – Mercy Corps
“To alleviate human suffering” – this is what United Methodist Committee on Relief, or UMCOR, aims to accomplish through their global work.