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Send Relief

Bringing Help With Lasting Hope

A growing trend in evangelical circles is the emphasis on being socially conscious which includes caring for the weak and vulnerable. This trend, however, is nothing new. The Old Testament is very clear: God cares about human suffering and calls His people to do the same. The message is equally clear in the New Testament.

When we look at the life and teachings of Jesus—the ministry of the early church in Acts and the exhortations of Paul—it’s clear God wants His people to care for the weak and vulnerable around them.

Whether it is Disaster Relief and recovery, care for widows and orphans or hunger relief and ministry, you and your church can make a difference today. Through Send Relief, the North American Mission Board is assisting churches in reaching people in need with practical help and the hope of the gospel.

Restoring Dignity to Foster Children

Imagine being taken from your home as a child–leaving so quickly all you have are the clothes on your back. As unbelievable as this sounds, it is a frightening reality for many children who live just minutes from you. There are currently over 400,000 foster children in the United States alone, and the number is rising every week.

Christ is our example

The model for Send Relief ministry is Christ Himself, who brought healing without compromising His message of truth and hope. Send Relief strives to see every church serving its community with relevant ministry that will have lasting impact through the gospel.


Disaster Relief

Southern Baptists have brought compassion and innovation to disaster response, both natural and manmade, for five decades. Internationally recognized and cited by multiple U.S. Presidents, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief is the leader in bringing help when it is needed most combined with the lasting hope of the gospel.

Fast Facts



Trafficking & Slavery

An estimated 2.5 million people are trafficked annually, and there are approximately 30 million slaves in the world today.


Each year, approximately 2 million children are adopted in the U.S. through foster care, domestic and international adoptions.


2.2 million men and women are incarcerated in the U.S. and approximately 700,000 of them will be released this year.

Take your next step to put Send Relief to work for your church.

Hunger Relief

Hunger relief can be a ministry of every church.

Refugee Ministry
Refugee ministry offers every church an opportunity to help their neighbor.
Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is not someone else's problem. Every church can offer hope to the hurting.