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Help Needed after Drought in Uganda

We recently received word from our National Overseer of Uganda, Makoha Francis Agati, that his country has been hit with a drought which has affected food prices and availability. It is reported that many Ugandans, including our church members, are surviving on one meal per day, and some news outlets report that some are eating only half a meal per day.

Brother Agati has asked us to pray for his country and for our church families in Uganda. The meteorological service in Uganda has stated that the current drought is expected to last until early next year. Local authorities fear that many will suffer starvation as the drought could lead to emergency famine levels.

A relief fund has been established at General Headquarters. If you would like to help our brethren with this urgent need, please send a financial contribution to the Uganda Drought Relief Fund. May God bless you for your compassionate giving.

Ways to Contribute

Check: Please mail checks to The Church of God, c/o Uganda Drought Relief Fund, P.O. Box 450, Charleston, TN, 37310. Please indicate "Uganda Drought Relief Fund" on your check.

Phone: Donations can be made by phone by calling Wendy Barick at (423)-339-8264 ext:233.

Online: Use the PayPal link below to contribute online to the Uganda Drought Relief efforts.

"And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me" (Matthew 25:40).

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