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Happy New Year! You accomplished so much in 2020



  • January 01, 2021
Noel Brewer Yeatts
Noel Brewer Yeatts

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You did it. After an incredibly difficult 2020, you made it to 2021!

The past 12 months have been challenging — especially for people who were already struggling to survive. But you stood by them through it all. From disaster victims who had no clean water to drink for days to children on the verge of starvation, your gifts were a lifeline.

And I cannot thank you enough.

To see everything that you have accomplished in 2020, be sure to subscribe to our blog. Over the next week,  you’ll read stories about how the World Help family …

• Provided disaster relief and medical care to victims of the deadly Beirut explosion in Lebanon

• Placed Bibles in the hands of people like Suri and other persecuted believers around the world

• Rushed emergency aid to families in Central America who were devastated by Hurricanes Eta and Iota

• And so much more!

As you read, you will see how every gift you gave helped meet people’s physical and spiritual needs throughout 2020.

Thank you for being a world-changer in 2020. The coronavirus pandemic may have multiplied people’s needs … but you rose to the occasion. You provided help and hope in the darkest of times.

I cannot wait to see what the Lord does through your generosity over the next 12 months.

Happy New Year!

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