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Capturing an Emergency

During a disaster, we are all moved by images of the impact and by stories of the people affected by the devastation. Do you ever wonder who’s behind the camera or who’s writing those stories? Today, we’re introducing you to some of ADRA’s professional storytellers who make emergencies come to

Behind the Scenes: Serving ADRA Supporters During a Pandemic

ADRA’s Donor Relations team has seen their work turned upside down over the past year due to the COVID-19 emergency. With strict systems and complicated processes in place, working from home has required a lot more than just packing up and heading out for this dedicated team. Regardless ofcircumstances, materials

The Flood Destroyed Everything

Meet Lokol A disaster doesn’t have to make headlines to devastate the lives in its path. Those living in poverty are hit hardest and need urgent support. Lokol remembers how happy her husband was when the rains started. After three years of drought, this rain would help provide nourishment to

Supporter Spotlight

Last Christmas, Maizey, Packy, Selah, and Sullivan Stroh made crafts for sale and invited the members of their church in Windsor, Colorado to shop at their little pop-up store. The four children dedicated their crafts, and all the proceeds, to ADRA. The members of Elm Haven SDA were delighted by

The Beauty of the Tippy Tap

How do you wash your hands effectively when you don’t have running water? That’s the challenge faced every day by many people living in poverty…often with deadly consequences. Enter the tippy-tap: a simple solution that’s saving lives around the world. Tippy-taps can be found outside homes, schools, and health clinics

Make a Splash!

3 Ways to Celebrate Water If you’ve been part of ADRA’s family for long, you know that we love water! Every single day, we see the life-saving power of water in the lives of people in every single place we work. World Water Day is March 22, but here are

the Pa Chouk family thanking ADRA

I Used to Do it All Wrong

It’s easy to take the luxury of a toilet for granted. It’s one of the most basic necessities for you and me, but millions around the world have never used one, and their health suffers for it. Pa-Chouk is a father in Cambodia. When he and his family needed to

Loose Change Leads to Big Change

Loose change can be a nuisance rattling around your pocket or bag, but students at Greeneville Adventist Academy (GAA) in Greeneville, Tennessee use their Loose Change Drive to bring life-changing gifts to people around the world each December through ADRA’s gift catalog. This Christmas, GAA raised $675, which is $200

Behind the Scenes: The Empowering Women of ADRA

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we want to introduce you to some of the women behind ADRA’s mission. This year’s theme is #ChooseToChallenge, so we asked our team for their best advice about challenging gender bias in their roles and work. Dr. Ann Gibson Name: Dr.

Everyone is Suffering

At 89 years old, Nanya has experienced so much in her lifetime. But nothing as bad as this. No real rain has fallen in years, food and water are scarce, and hunger is constant. Nanya’s husband died 30 years ago, leaving her with her three children who have now grown

Capturing an Emergency

During a disaster, we are all moved by images of the impact and by stories of the people affected by the devastation. Do you ever wonder who’s behind the camera or who’s writing those stories? Today, we’re introducing you to some of ADRA’s professional storytellers who make emergencies come to

Behind the Scenes: Serving ADRA Supporters During a Pandemic

ADRA’s Donor Relations team has seen their work turned upside down over the past year due to the COVID-19 emergency. With strict systems and complicated processes in place, working from home has required a lot more than just packing up and heading out for this dedicated team. Regardless ofcircumstances, materials

The Flood Destroyed Everything

Meet Lokol A disaster doesn’t have to make headlines to devastate the lives in its path. Those living in poverty are hit hardest and need urgent support. Lokol remembers how happy her husband was when the rains started. After three years of drought, this rain would help provide nourishment to

Supporter Spotlight

Last Christmas, Maizey, Packy, Selah, and Sullivan Stroh made crafts for sale and invited the members of their church in Windsor, Colorado to shop at their little pop-up store. The four children dedicated their crafts, and all the proceeds, to ADRA. The members of Elm Haven SDA were delighted by

The Beauty of the Tippy Tap

How do you wash your hands effectively when you don’t have running water? That’s the challenge faced every day by many people living in poverty…often with deadly consequences. Enter the tippy-tap: a simple solution that’s saving lives around the world. Tippy-taps can be found outside homes, schools, and health clinics

Make a Splash!

3 Ways to Celebrate Water If you’ve been part of ADRA’s family for long, you know that we love water! Every single day, we see the life-saving power of water in the lives of people in every single place we work. World Water Day is March 22, but here are

the Pa Chouk family thanking ADRA

I Used to Do it All Wrong

It’s easy to take the luxury of a toilet for granted. It’s one of the most basic necessities for you and me, but millions around the world have never used one, and their health suffers for it. Pa-Chouk is a father in Cambodia. When he and his family needed to

Loose Change Leads to Big Change

Loose change can be a nuisance rattling around your pocket or bag, but students at Greeneville Adventist Academy (GAA) in Greeneville, Tennessee use their Loose Change Drive to bring life-changing gifts to people around the world each December through ADRA’s gift catalog. This Christmas, GAA raised $675, which is $200

Behind the Scenes: The Empowering Women of ADRA

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we want to introduce you to some of the women behind ADRA’s mission. This year’s theme is #ChooseToChallenge, so we asked our team for their best advice about challenging gender bias in their roles and work. Dr. Ann Gibson Name: Dr.

Everyone is Suffering

At 89 years old, Nanya has experienced so much in her lifetime. But nothing as bad as this. No real rain has fallen in years, food and water are scarce, and hunger is constant. Nanya’s husband died 30 years ago, leaving her with her three children who have now grown

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