Heavy rains and wind are causing disaster across the Caribbean.
Thousands of homes and livelihoods are being lost. Please give generously to provide relief to the many people affected. They will need ongoing support in the coming weeks and years.
The Methodist Church in Britain is working with our humanitarian aid and relief partner in the Caribbean, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), who is ready to support affected communities as soon as their needs are assessed.
go here for more details and ways to donate to the appeal
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