Wesley UMC in Macon (4256 Hartley Bridge Rd, Macon, GA 31216). Please call the church office, (478) 781-0332, to make arrangements before dropping off your items.
Brunswick First UMC (1400 Norwich St, Brunswick, GA 31520). Please call the church office, (912) 265-4313, to make arrangements before dropping off your items.
Christ UMC in Albany (505 Byron Plantation Rd, Albany, GA 31721). Please call the church office, (229) 436-3373, to make arrangements before dropping off your items.
Grace UMC in Vidalia (1200 Aimwell Road, Vidalia, GA 30474). Please call the church office, (912) 537-3973, to make arrangements before dropping off your items.
Park Avenue UMC in Valdosta (100 East Park Avenue, Valdosta, Georgia 31605). Please contact the church office, (229) 242-3562, to make arrangements before dropping off you items.
Instructions for these kits can be found at: www.umcor.org/UMCOR/Relief-Supplies.
*Please note: We are only equipped to transport and distribute the requested items. If you know of individuals with access to trailers who would be willing to help transport collected items from the drop-off locations to Macon, please let me know. Part of building capacity in our Conference is finding key resources, and I know we have a wealth of resources and passion to help here in South Georgia!
Each year, more than 2,800 people volunteer at UMCOR Sager Brown in Baldwin, Louisiana. They assist the Depot by processing tons of disaster relief supplies which are then shipped to national and international destinations. The shipments include hundreds of thousands of health kits, school kits, sewing kits, layette kits, flood buckets, mops and brooms, generators, bedding, blankets, and various other items depending on need.
Volunteers also help distribute boxes of food in the "Food for Seniors" program, rehabilitate houses, assist in public schools, sew in the USB sewing room, maintain the USB campus, and enjoy cultural events from the 'Cajun Coast' of South Louisiana.
For more information about volunteering at UMCOR Sager Brown call 1-337-923-2027 or visit http://www.umcor.org/UMCOR/Relief-Supplies/Relief-Supply-Network/Relief-Supply-Network.
UMCOR Supply Kits help to care for the most vulnerable people during times of crisis. They also help to sustain everyday life by providing basic necessities to people who lack ready access to essential supplies. These kits provide vital support for the work UMCOR does throughout the world. By donating kit supplies or financial gifts to purchase the supplies, you make a direct, tangible difference in sustaining people's lives.
For assembly instructions and additional information, please visit http://www.umcor.org/UMCOR/Relief-Supplies.