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Before the Ebola crisis developed, Liberia had an 85% unemployment rate and 90% of Liberians lived on $1 per day. Hunger has become an even greater problem than it was before the crisis. Food prices have skyrocketed, putting basic nutrition beyond the reach of most Liberians. Businesses, schools, and government offices have shut down, worsening the health and hunger crisis.
The WMU Foundation recently made grants to The WellHouse in Birmingham, Ala., and Turlac Ministries in Moldova, two organizations that fight human trafficking and aid trafficking victims. The grants were made from the WMU Foundation’s Hayes Endowment, which was established by David and Judi Hayes to specifically address the needs of trafficking victims.
Many students are heading back to school, including MKs (missionary kids) and those who are preparing for missions service. The WMU Foundation proudly supports our Southern Baptist MKs and our future missionary leaders by providing scholarships. In 2014, we have given 90 scholarships totaling over $86,000. We pray that we're able to give much more in coming years. Give online today to support any of our scholarships. Your gifts make a difference.
What has WMU meant to your life? Make that possible for someone else by giving to the WMU Foundation. Your gift will make a WMU difference for someone who needs missions, ministry, leadership, and passion for Christ in their life. Give online today and contact us for more information about making a planned gift.