Maximize Your Impact in the Toughest Places

Your Gift Will Make the Maximum Impact!

The global humanitarian crisis is not slowing down. A record  will require humanitarian assistance this year. Early 2024 projections indicate that suffering will remain at an all-time high.

People in the toughest places cannot access the food, clean water, or critical aid they need to survive and thrive. But even worse than the physical crisis they face is that most have also never heard about Jesus.

By partnering with Unto®, you can maximize the impact of your gift by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of individuals who often have no other access to help or hope. Today we prayerfully ask you to consider a generous gift to the Maximum Impact Fund that will express the kindness of Jesus to more than 415,960 people in the first quarter of fiscal 2024.

In the first quarter of fiscal year 2024, our Cru® staff teams in 27 countries are counting on Unto to provide humanitarian assistance and coaching as part of their ministry strategies in the toughest places. By providing lifesaving aid to people in critical need, our staff members are able to access unreached people groups and build credibility in their communities. This gives them the opportunity to develop relationships and share the eternal hope of Jesus when the time is right.

While other organizations cannot get aid into tough places due to conflict, supply chain disruptions, and other issues, our partnership with local Cru ministry teams makes it possible for us to distribute aid and share the gospel without interruption. By giving to the Maximum Impact Fund, you can help address the greatest humanitarian crisis of our lifetime — providing lifesaving humanitarian aid to those who are suffering and sharing the message of hope with those who have never heard.

Your gift will help fulfill the most urgent requests for Food and Agriculture, Clean Water, and Critical Aid toward a goal of $2,740,000 to provide ministry support where most urgently needed and keep our commitments to ministry leaders.

Will you give today to express kindness to those who have no other access to help or hope?