When disaster strikes, Foursquare Disaster Relief (FDR) is ready to respond.
Powered by donations from churches and individuals, FDR delivers food, clean water and supplies to disaster survivors in partnership with local Foursquare churches in or near disaster zones.
FDR can even send trained first responders to assess damage and provide best practices for rescue, recovery and rebuilding efforts using locally sourced materials.
While meeting physical needs, FDR also cares for spiritual needs, deploying crisis-trained chaplains to bring hope and healing to those who need it most.
Here are just a few of the places worldwide where FDR has served.
When 20 million South Sudanese refugees of brutal famine and violent conflict fled to Kenya and Uganda, FDR provided locally sourced food to fight malnutrition.
From Hurricane Harvey to Maria, FDR worked through churches and chaplains to bring food, clean-up and rebuilding.
While wildfires ripped through towns, FDR gave counseling, food gift cards and shelter to displaced families.
As refugees flee violence in Syria and Northern Iraq, FDR has delivered food, blankets, Bibles, shelter and stove tent pipes to refugees in Turkey and Albania.
When two devastating earthquakes rocked Nepal, FDR funded much-needed medical surgeries and housing supplies.
As a typhoon destroyed livelihoods, FDR delivered clean water and food, and even helped rebuild 17 churches.
Foursquare people cared for those affected by shootings in Florida and Oregon, utilizing FDR-led, FEMA-approved training.
Find where FDR is helping today. Read recent news stories for interviews, prayer points and field updates.