The Free Methodist Church – USA is proud to be a part of Giving Tuesday. This movement started as a simple day for anyone, anywhere to donate, lend their voice or their time to support the causes they believe in. Now it is the largest giving movement throughout the world. Today you can select the ministry of your choice and donate simply by clicking on their logo below. Your gift reaches beyond these 24 hours of giving to help communities and people around the world in positive ways that will nurture and sustain brighter, healthier futures.

SEED Livelihood – SEED is sustainable empowerment through economic development. SEED works with livelihood groups which are groups of people working together to provide the basic necessities of life – food, water, shelter and clothing – for themselves and their families. SEED partners with micro-enterprises in local communities to help them overcome financial hardships. The success rate of these livelihood groups becoming self-sustaining is over 95%. Through volunteers, donations, SEED champions as well as products available for purchase, supporters can help restore and re-create communities in great need.

Free Methodist World Missions – Free Methodist World Missions provides services around the world. From missionaries to short-term mission trips and completing special projects for communities there are a variety of ways people around the world are assisted. Through the FMWM give site, supporters can donate to the Bishops’ Crisis Response Fund which has been instrumental in responding to natural disasters such as the wildfires in California and hurricanes that have decimated countries around the globe. From special projects to specific missionary needs there are a wide variety of options in which supporters can make a positive life-long impact for those in need.

Marston Memorial Historical Center – The Marston Memorial Historical Center was created 50 years ago to service the Free Methodist Church by housing and recording documents pertaining to the history of the Free Methodist Church. These documents include a variety of items from the formation of new annual conferences, letters from missionaries, manuscripts and more. The Center has many projects in the works and their collection is invaluable for people conducting research, connecting with family members and friends and more. None of this could be done without support from the FM community and beyond.

International Child Care Ministries – International Child Care Ministries (ICCM) started in 1965 and is now changing lives in 33 countries. ICCM wants to create a world in which every child is loved, safe and developing their God-given potential. They advocate for the spiritual, physical, cognitive and social development of children through sponsorship and beyond. The impact of ICCM through its supporters is monumental. Through support they have been able to provide over 1,500 water filters to communities to have access to fresh water, they have opened over 99 schools internationally and provided over 1.5 million meals to children. There is still a great number of communities and children that can be helped by sponsorship, special projects and much more.