GUATEMALA
VOLCANIC ERUPTION

Thank you for your immediate and generous response for the people affected by the volcanic eruption in Guatemala.

As of September 25, 2018
$6,282 has been raised through your generosity.

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ROHINGYA
REFUGEE CRISIS

Thank you for your immediate and generous response for the displaced Rohingya people.

As of September 25, 2018
$82,885
 has been raised through your generosity.

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CARIBBEAN HURRICANES

Thank you for your immediate and generous response to
the series of hurricanes
which have had a
devastating impact on
several Caribbean countries.

As of September 25, 2018
$187,061 has been raised
through your generosity.

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EXTREME HUNGER
IN AFRICA

Thank you for your immediate and generous response to the crisis of extreme hunger in Kenya, Nigeria, Somalia,
South Sudan, and Yemen.

THANK YOU!

2018                           $15,737
(as of September 25, 2018)

2017                        $730,805

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SYRIA RELIEF

Thank you for your generous and ongoing response to the refugee crisis in Syria.

The people of the United Church have already committed and raised nearly $9M in response to the Syrian refugee crisis. 
They have created more than 900 applications for which over $8M has been raised or pledged for sponsorship. 
In addition to this, the amount below has been donated to the church's Syrian emergency fund to provide assistance to Syrians living in refugee camps in the Middle East region.

We have surpassed
$1 million in donations since 2013 for the
Syrian emergency fund!

THANK YOU!

2018                        $ 18,435
2017                       $  16,095
2016 
                      $130,476
2015                       $700,665
2013-14                 $218,793

Your donations to the Syrian appeal have been added to additional Mission & Service commitments to our partners (more than $400,000 to date).

PRAY  •  DONATE
online, by phone or by cheque
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For more information on 
The United Church of Canada's response to the crisis in Syria,
 see here »

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2018 Weekly Givings Update
Mission & Service

Congregational Giving -  2018 

(as of November 12, 2018)

In 2018, our gifts for Mission & Service support 87 United Church global partners in 21 countries, including 10 international ecumenical organizations; community and justice work across Canada, including
63 community ministries, 36 chaplaincies, and 20 ecumenical and social movement organizations; theological and vocation of ministry support, including seven
theological schools and three education centres; faith formation and developing
lay leadership,  including dozens of Vision Fund grants for youth; support to all 13 Conferences and operating grants for 11 Conferences to support staff as they provide leadership and resources to presbyteries, ministry personnel, and local ministries; grants for 86 pastoral charges to support their mission and ministry; and grants for Healing Fund and Justice and Reconciliation work; and Embracing the Spirit grants, coaching, and mentorship to foster innovation.

Our gifts carry the presence of God with love and hope into the world. Thank you!


Congregational Giving Report by Conference   view / download 

Congregational Giving Report by Presbytery   view / download 
Congregational Giving Report by Pastoral Charge
  1. Newfoundland and Labrador Conference    view / download  »   
  2. Maritime Conference   view / download »   
  3. Montreal and Ottawa Conference    view  / download»  
  4. Bay of Quinte Conference   view  / download »  
  5. Toronto Conference    view  / download »   
  6. Hamilton Conference   view / download »  
  7. London Conference    view / download »   
  8. Manitou Conference    view  / download »  
  9. Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Conference    view / download  »  
  10. Saskatchewan Conference   view / download  »  
  11. Alberta and Northwest Conference    view  / download »  
  12. British Columbia Conference   view / download »   
  13. All Native Circle Conference    view / download » 

National PAR Summary Reports - 2018 


Archive of Annual Giving