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Selma, Alabama: hammering, sawing—and songs

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What We Do

Mennonite Disaster Service recruits, organizes and empowers volunteers to repair and rebuild the homes of those impacted by disasters in the United States and Canada. As we respond with Christian love to serve people who would not otherwise have the means to recover, our goal is to restore hope and bring people home.


to natural and human-caused disasters in the U.S. and Canada


using the skills and labor of our volunteers


communities in the wake of disaster

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News & Stories

As work ends, doors open in Hope Village

White Sulphur Springs, WV — More than 1,800 volunteers helped finish 28 homes in West Virginia’s Hope Village, and some of them joined homeowners, government officials, project directors and pastors to celebrate home dedications on May 22....

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