Southern Baptists have mobilized through local, Christian partners to provide housing, food, medical supplies, bomb shelters and trauma counseling for more than 20,000 displaced and hurting people in Israel and the region.
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“War produces uniquely difficult humanitarian crises, and this is no exception,” said Jason Cox, vice president for international ministry for Send Relief. “As Christians, we want to care for the many hurting, vulnerable people impacted by this violence and upheaval.”
Ways to give
For more information on how you can help, check with your church, association or state Baptist convention to find out how they are contributing to ongoing relief efforts in Israel, your state and beyond. For more information about Send Relief, click here.