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Be a part of the Disaster Response & Recovery efforts through your donations. 100% of your money gifts through this Oklahoma Conference channel stays in the state to assist Oklahomans directly impacted.

You may make your donation by using our secure PayPal system or by mailing your check.

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Oklahoma United Methodist Ministry Center
Office of Mission
Disaster Response
1501 NW 24 Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-3635
♦ payable to Oklahoma Volunteers In Mission

Please indicate what your donation is designated for:

__ Disasters in Oklahoma

__ UMCOR Kits

__ Other: _______________________________________

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Supply UMCOR Kits

Relief-supply kits help provide care for the most vulnerable people during times of crisis. UMCOR collects 3 types of kits for distribution within the United States. Kits help sustain everyday life for people who lack ready access to essential supplies.

Kit Assembly Instructions

For specific instructions on how to assemble and ship each type of kit, please click the links below.

♦ Please note the value of the items in each kit is reviewed annually to keep in step with a changing economy. Although markets may fluctuate regionally, the value of each kit listed reflects the average cost of the items purchased in the U.S.

• Cleaning Kits
Hygiene Kits
School Kits

Other Financial Gifts

Planned Giving – Remember OKUMC DM in your Will or name OKUMC-DR as a beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan.

Match Giving and Workplace Giving – Check with your employer (or former employer if you are retired) to see if you can multiply your support for OKUMC-DR through a gift match or combined charitable campaign program. Provide your company with OKUMC-DR’s tax ID, 73-061-7470.

Gifts of Stock – Maximize your tax savings through gifts of stock or appreciated securities with a gift to OKUMC-DR.

Estate Gifts – Remember OKUMC-DR in your Will or Estate Planning.

Other Gifts - OKUMC-DR can also accept as a donation other assets, such as property, life insurance policies, mineral rights, or even airline miles.

IRA Giving – Congress renewed and made permanent a popular charitable IRA provision in the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015. This provision allows people aged 70½ or older to make direct charitable gifts from traditional and Roth IRAs to charities in a total amount up to $100,000. These gifts are free from federal income taxation. In addition, the income tax laws of most states also allow tax-free treatment for these gifts.

Making gifts from IRA funds that would otherwise lead to increased taxes can be a wise choice for many. This is especially true for those who must take required minimum distributions each year.

For more information, check with us, your IRA administrator, or your tax advisor.