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Touching lives and helping people regain faith and wholeness

Mennonite Disaster Service project locations are the physical response centers established by MDS in a disaster-affected community. In addition to housing the local MDS office, the projects function as base camps for MDS volunteers who need a place to eat and sleep while they serve. This section of the MDS website contains updated information about current MDS projects.

To volunteer, all short-term and all US volunteers call (800) 241-8111. Long-term volunteers in Canada call (866) 261-1274.

 

Bi-weekly Updates about the projects are sent out by Fax or E-mail. To receive the updates e-mail Communications and specify if you would like to receive the Update via e-mail or Fax.

To view the most recent updates, click on the date.

July 17, 2014 Update

June 26, 2014 Update

June 5, 2014 Update

May 22, 2014 Update

May 8, 2014 Update

April 10, 2014 Update

March 27, 2014 Update

March 13, 2014 Update

February 27, 2014 Update

February 12, 2014 Update

January 30, 2014 Update

January 16, 2014 Update

December 19, 2013 Update

December 5, 2013 Update

November 21, 2013 Update

November 7, 2013 Update

October 24, 2013 Update

October 10, 2013 Update

September 26, 2013 Update 

September 12, 2013 Update

August 22, 2013 Update 

August 8, 2013 Update

July 25, 2013 Update 

July 11, 2013 Update

June 20, 2013 Update 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Google Map Key:

Blue: Current Projects
Red:  Closed Projects
Pink: Bi-National Offices

Volunteer

MDS volunteers are known for repairing and rebuilding homes damaged by disasters. But it takes more than construction skills to serve with MDS. During the time that you serve as a volunteer, you will learn that MDS also restores lives.

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Your contribution will help to connect volunteers with disaster survivors who need assistance on their path to recovery. MDS depends on the support of people who believe that disaster response is an important part of helping those who are in need.

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