21 Feb Loving the People Impacted by Covid-19 (Mar 13)
NANUMI – Caring for the Homeless
Nanumi Ministry is currently unable to provide meals due to the lack of volunteers because of Covid-19. In March and April, the ministry will be handing out lunch boxes twice a week at a government-designated soup kitchen near Seoul station. The cost of each lunch box is 3,900 won that serves 400 people twice a week. Nanumi ministry has been serving the homeless near Seoul station for over 20 years.
HOPE BRIDGE – Caring for Covid-19 Healthcare Workers & Volunteers
Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association has been working closely with the Ministry of Public Administration and Security and local governments since January 17, when the confirmed cases occurred. We have provided 220,000 relief goods so far, including corporate relief kits for Korean residents and children in quarantine facilities in Asan, Jincheon and Icheon. (As of 2/26/2020)
How to Give
- Go to the Give Page and click on the project and pledge your giving.
- Wire Transfer to:
- KEB Hana Bank (KEB 하나은행)
- Gospel City Church (가스펠 시티 교회).
- Write the name of the ministry in the memo. If you forget, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
***Please give by March 13