Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna is an ecumenical Christian ministry. Its principles are rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Their purpose is to provide shelter as a means of demonstrating Christ's love to those who lack a decent and safe place to live.
In partnership with the Presbyterian Church USA, Medical Benevolence Foundation (MBF) supports the medical ministries of worldwide partners with particular emphasis in D.R. Congo, Kenya, Malawi, and Haiti. MBF’s focus is raising the necessary resources to provide compassionate and sustainable healthcare for the poor with concentration on supporting PCUSA missionaries, construction of buildings (i.e. nursing schools), providing medicines, equipment and other resources towards the operation of hospitals and community health clinics.
CWS helps impoverished communities develop clean, reliable water sources, works with farmers to continue to put food on their tables, and provides food, water and shelter and other necessities to families struggling to rebuild their lives and livelihoods in time of crisis.
Financial donations are used to support families with children and unaccompanied adults who are experiencing homelessness by providing them housing, support and resources needed to get back on their feet.
Mason Dixon Community Services located in Street, MD provides services for residents struggling with the challenges of poverty, homelessness and hunger especially during this time of skyrocketing food, gasoline and energy prices.
The Baltimore Station provides for the men in their programs critical counseling services, a safe place to live, healthy meals and snacks and innovative therapeutic activities to replace negative behaviors with positive experiences.
The Lloyds have partnered with several schools in the greater Austin, TX area to promote literacy. Volunteers from local churches are trained to read to and listen to children read.
New Hope Christian Fellowship United Methodist Church, located in Edgewood, MD provides food, clothing, hygiene products, bus passes and a comfortable environment for the homeless during the day time hours.
Financial assistance is available to families and individuals in the community who need emergency assistance with food, rent, utilities, etc. This fund is administered by the pastor.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to witness to the healing love of Christ by caring for communities adversely affected by crises and catastrophic events.
Our gifts strengthen our connection with one another and help grow the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) deep and wide. More than 10,000 congregations, 173 presbyteries, 16 synods and the General Assemby Mission Council accomplish local regional, national and international mission together on a larger scale than any other church could do alone with shared mission dollars.