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MDS depends on your support
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.

How will my gift be used?
The money you give to MDS will be used to house and support our volunteers while they are in the field. While MDS does not pay for homeowner's building materials, funds may be used to purchase the supplies and equipment that are needed to keep our construction projects running smoothly.

Donations to the general fund can be used where needed the most. Designated funds will be used for the specified project. If designated funds remain when a project is closed, those funds will be used at a similar project.

MDS is a binational non-profit organization that operates in both the United States and Canada. All donations are tax deductible. To maximize the value of the funds received, MDS attempts to spend funds in the country they are received.

Ways to Give

To donate money, click on the yellow box below.

Click here for information about Planned Gifts.


Contributions may be sent to:
United States – 583 Airport Road, Lititz, PA 17543

Canada – 6A-1325 Markham Rd, Winnipeg , MB R3T 4J6

MDS is responsible for organizing disaster response in Canada, the United States and their territories. Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is responsible for organizing disaster response efforts in international settings.
The two organizations work together closely in determining how each can help the other in responding when this is beneficial.

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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