ACT Alliance is the coordinating office that brings together a worldwide network of Protestant and Orthodox churches and their related agencies for long-term development and humanitarian assistance. The coordinating offices of ACT Alliance are in Geneva, Switzerland. ACT members provide emergency food aid, shelter, water and sanitation facilities, and poverty reduction programs in the world’s poorest countries. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is an ACT member and we sit on the emergency committee of ACT. Learn more about the work we do with ACT.
Church World Service is a cooperative ministry of about 35 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations based in the United States, providing sustainable self-help and development, disaster relief, and refugee assistance around the world.
FRB works on behalf of its members to mobilize and increase the resources needed for food security projects. FRB is positioned to receive and handle agricultural resources given to support relief and food security programs worldwide. FRB is member-based; Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Presbyterian Hunger Program are members.
Interaction is a coalition of more than 160 U.S.-based relief, development and refugee agencies, is the nation's leading advocate for international humanitarian efforts including relief, development, refugee assistance, environment, population and global education. Interaction exists to enhance the effectiveness and professional capacities of its members engaged in international humanitarian efforts. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Hunger Program is a member of Interaction.
The purpose of the National Immigration Forum is to embrace and uphold America's tradition as a nation of immigrants. The Forum advocates and builds public support for public policies that welcome immigrants and refugees and that are fair and supportive to newcomers in our country.
National VOAD coordinates planning efforts by many volunteer organizations responding to disaster. Member organizations provide more effective service by getting together before disasters strike. Once disasters occur, National VOAD or an affiliated state VOAD encourages members and other voluntary agencies to convene on-site. This cooperative effort has proven to be an effective way for a wide variety of volunteers and organizations to work together in a crisis.