Send Lifesaving Aid to Closed Countries

Your Gift Will Go 10x as Far to Deliver Aid and Share Hope!

In the toughest places, people struggle to access the basic items they need to survive. Most have also never heard about Jesus.

Together we can reach them by providing local Unto® staff teams with humanitarian aid that allows them to access unreached people groups, build credibility in the communities they serve, and increase their ministry effectiveness. As relationships form local teams are able to share about Jesus and establish new churches.

Over the next four months, Unto plans to send eight HUGE shipping containers — packed with nearly $2 million worth of critical aid  — to suffering people in tough places. Six of these shipments are going to countries that are closed to the message of eternal hope. But in order for people in need to receive this vital aid, $216,000 is needed by July 15.

Meeting this need is so important that a generous partner has given the first $150,000 as a Challenge Grant. They hope that people like you will join them by doing what you can to help deliver this aid and open doors for the message of Jesus to be shared.

Because the aid has been donated or purchased at a deep discount, all we need are the funds to ship and deliver it internationally. That is why every $10 you give will deliver $100 worth of meals, safe water systems, medical supplies, and more.

Would you consider a generous gift today to help deliver lifesaving aid to suffering people and share the message of hope in closed countries and other tough places?

Kiloki Did not Believe in God Until

Kiloki* did not believe in God. As the wife of the village chief, she worshiped her Maasai ancestors and knew little about Jesus.

But then a community leader invited her to a women’s health workshop hosted by Unto and the local staff team. At the workshop she gained valuable information about health and hygiene, she received critical aid, and she heard about eternal hope.

Kiloki wanted a relationship with Jesus and responded to the message. At first she was scared to tell her husband about her decision, but when she did, he gave her permission to attend church.

Although Kiloki’s husband does not yet follow Jesus, he has seen the difference the local team has made in his village. Recently, a well was installed in their community. Families also received safe water systems and other critical aid.

As Kiloki grew in her faith, she could not keep it to herself. She told her daughter about Jesus and one of her close relatives. Today all three women walk an hour and a half, twice a week, to attend the local church.

Your generosity helps meet the physical and spiritual needs of people who have never heard about Jesus!

*Name changed for security purposes.