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Bulletin insert: Help UMCOR help Holston

April 30, 2011

The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) has underscored its "absolute commitment" to communities that have been impacted by this year's historic spring storm season, even though the organization's funds are "perilously low." You can help UMCOR help Holston and other storm-damaged communities by giving to UMCOR, which uses all your donations for direct relief -- never for administration costs.

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To give to diaster relief in Holston only, write your check to your local church and mark the memo line with "Advance #143." To give to disaster relief across the southeast, mark your donation with "Advance #901670."

Sse UMCOR article: "UMCOR underscores commitment to storm-ravaged South"