UN ECOSOC Consultative Status NGO
through Prayer and Aid
Action for Peace
APPA URGENTLY needs
2,000 Safety razors
1,000 Shaving cream
1,000 Stick deodorant
2,000 Toilet tissue
1,000 Teething medicine diaper cream
1,000 Pain relievers
1,000 Stomach medicine
1,000 Feminine hygiene products
In the United States alone, an estimated 1.75 million people experience homelessness each year. Please help APPA replenish it's supply to continue responding to needs around the world.
Toiletry Kits and Toiletry Bags Donation:
$50 will help 10 people
$100 will help 20 people
$200 will help 40 people
$500 will help 100 people.
I want to help the homeless:
1 bag(person) X $5, how many bags(people)?___________
<Check Donation: Payable to APPA>
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90821, Washington, DC 20090
<International Wire Transfer Donation>
Bank Name: Capital One Bank
Account No.: 2174302705
Routing No.: 255071981
Bank Address: 1075 5th St NW, Washington, DC, USA
Bank Phone: 1-(202) 289-2215
Org. Name: Action for Peace through Prayer & Aid
Account Holder Name: Sang Jin Choi
Holder Phone Number: 1-571-259-4937
319 R St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
MCC URGENTLY needs
2,000 relief kits
8,000 hygiene kits
Multiple situations of crisis around the world such as Syria, Iraq, Gaza and Ukraine have depleted MCC's warehouse inventory. Please help MCC replenish it's supply to continue responding to needs around the world.
Looking for a hands-on project that makes a difference?
The supplies that MCC sends around the world offer comfort to families facing disaster or crisis. They’re also a tangible way you can share God’s love and compassion, reminding people that their needs are not forgotten.
MCC plans shipments carefully in order to meet local needs and to send high-quality items that can withstand the harsh conditions faced by people receiving the supplies.
See what you can do to be part of making MCC kits or comforters.
The Material Resources Center (MRC) in Ephrata, Pa., serves as a collection point in the U.S. for receiving, packing and shipping material resources donated by people responding to aid requests from MCC partners.
The MRC relies on thousands of volunteers to do the hands-on work of the center. Churches, families, school groups and retirees donate their time to pack resources, quilt and work on recycling projects.
Volunteer hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Work is available for adults and children age 11 and older. Please call to schedule a time to volunteer.
Educational opportunities such as tours, videos, learning activities and stories of MCC’s work around the world are provided for all ages, including younger children.
Volunteer activities at MRC include:
Checking and packing kits, including school kits, relief kits and hygiene kits
Checking cans of meat
Baling comforters and blankets
Baling cardboard, paper and clothing
Cutting T-shirts into rags
Cutting jeans for rugs and patches
Sewing recycled items
Loading containers for shipment
517 West Trout Run Road
Transforming the World: Partnership with MCC Material Resource Center