Church partners with Islamic Relief

Thanks to the generosity of countless members, the Church is able to help provide relief to millions of Pakistanis who have been impacted by recent historic flooding.

The Church does not work alone. Over the years the Church's emergency response office has developed valued partnerships with a variety of charitable organizations.

"We work with good partners of any persuasion — and do so on a regular basis," said emergency response director Lynn Samsel.

Counted among the Church's closest associates is Islamic Relief USA, a charitable organization that works in many countries across the globe to alleviate poverty, suffering, hunger and illiteracy.

Once again, the Church is partnering with Islamic Relief USA during the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Pakistan. The Church is donating 10 semi-truck loads of provisions that will be transported and distributed in Pakistan by Islamic Relief USA. The Virginia-based organization has a presence in Pakistan and is able to deliver and pass out the humanitarian goods in country.

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