Shoes Are Not Just for Fashion

Can you imagine living with pain so strong it leaves you unable to move? Kemel can. Kemel has been living with ...

Deberie Can’t Wait to Share THIS with Others

“When my condition gets better, I want to show as many people as possible that this disease is treatable,” said Deberie.Deberie, 38, has been living with incredible pain

US: Training Leads for Disaster Response

As part of IOCC’s ongoing efforts to grow our effectiveness and reach here in the United States, more than 30 volunteers completed a three-day training this month in Minneapolis, Minnesota, preparing to lead IOCC’s disaster response teams.

Did You Know …?

Our podo work in Ethiopia is already making a difference. And with your help, we can do even more. Will you help us reach our goal of $135,000?

Gaza: Small Step Towards Better Health

IOCC’s new health and nutrition project in Gaza is underway. The programming offers basic health screening to identify and treat children who have micronutrient deficiencies and to refer them to specialists as needed. Malnutrition rates in Gaza are ...

Lebanon: Theater Strengthens Community

Acting out everyday situations set the scene for the audience to get involved, encouraging positive interactions among children, parents, and teachers—both on stage and in real life.

Did You Miss Something?

Throughout this Lent season, IOCC has brought you weekly staff reflections on service and special Lenten recipes. If you missed ...

How Do You Put Your Faith into Action?

Service can be a smile, a favor, a hygiene kit, a hot meal, advice—I feel inclined to serve others because the word itself cannot be defined by one single thing. A simple thank you ...

“I Will Show You My Faith by My Works”

In my years at IOCC, I’ve personally met scores of people whose world has fallen apart—through natural disasters and through disasters made by man. Family, home, job, savings, ...