Church World Service

Church World Service (CWS) wasd founded in 1946 and is is a cooperative ministry of 37 Christian denominations and communions in the United States, providing sustainable self-help, development, disaster relief, and refugee assistance around the world. The CWS mission is to eradicate hunger and poverty and to promote peace and justice at the national and international level through collaboration with partners abroad and in the US.

Read more about Church World Service:  Program Areas, Participating Churches and Organizations, List of Local Resettlement Affiliates

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