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Help St. Andrew's earn $ shop www.umcmarket.org Go to www.umcmarket.org Join by entering your email and making up a password Make -Lacey: St. Andrew's- your organization Every time you shop online come to www.umcmarket.org and then click on the store you want to shop at (this will redirect you to their websites-shop as you normally do). St. Andrew's will receive a portion of your purchase from the retailer **Some retailers (like Amazon) require you to confirm you have received the item(s) by email or returning to -The Market- website. It's easy, just an additional step. -The Market-has partnered with thousands of retailers that want to support non-profit organizations, such as: Amazon.com / Office Depot / Groupon Macy's / Lowe's / Hotel.com and many, many more. Buy books, clothing, pet supplies, home repair, restaurant and movie certificates, and travel and help the church raise money to support local projects

UMCOR Vision and Mission The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church (UMC), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization operated under the auspices of the General Board of Global Ministries. Under its original name, The Methodist Committee on Overseas Relief (MCOR) was founded in 1940 by the Bishop Herbert Welch, in response to displaced and vulnerable populations in the wake of World War II. In his address at the General Conference that year, Bishop Welch stated that MCOR would serve as a “voice of conscience among Methodists to act in the relief of human suffering without distinction of race, color, or creed.” This mandate remains true to this day. The organization’s name was legally changed to The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) at the 1972 General Conference. UMCOR’s Vision and Mission are as follows: Vision: As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, UMCOR strengthens and transforms people and communities. Mission: Compelled by Christ to be a voice of conscience on behalf of the people called Methodist, UMCOR works globally to alleviate human suffering and advance hope and healing. UMCOR’s work can be categorized into three major areas: 1) Humanitarian Relief / Disaster Response 2) Sustainable Development 3) Global Health (in collaboration with Global Ministries) UMCOR’s MANDATE (From the Book of Discipline 2016) ¶ 1330.1. General Provisions— Purpose—The United Methodist Committee on Relief (“UMCOR”) exists to assist United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need through programs of relief, rehabilitation, and service, including issues of displaced persons, hunger and poverty, disaster response, and disaster risk reduction; and to assist organizations, institutions, and programs related to annual conferences and other units of The United Methodist Church in their involvement in direct service to such persons in need.

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