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Caring for Children/Youth in Poverty

This Campaign to mobilize “the people called Methodist” relies upon persons being informed and inspired to care for children.  A primary source for information and inspiration is found in those who are already involved in serving children and youth in poverty.  Their discipleship instructs on starting and sustaining ministries to children/youth in poverty.  And their discipleship encourages when the problems seem overwhelming.

The following descriptions provide instructive and inspiring examples of Methodist churches, agencies, and programs serving children/youth in poverty.  Let them be a resource for your discipleship.  Use their contact information to inquire further about their service and to discern the implications for your involvement with children/youth in poverty.

Return often to this site to see new descriptions added as the Campaign grows.   And be certain to add the description of your own church, agency, district, or conference ministry to the following resources.