UMCOR in Need of Cleaning Buckets and Kits

July 22, 2013

Due to recent natural disasters, UMCOR's relief supplies are at unusually low levels. There is a strong need for cleaning buckets, health kits, sewing kits, school kits, bedding kits and birthing kits, according to an UMCOR communication a few days ago.
UMCOR provides detailed instructions on assembling the buckets and kits and a list of contents for each. Please contact the local collection site prior to delivering buckets/kits to confirm drop-off hours.
Georges Mills/Lake Sunapee UMC
37 Prospect Hill Rd 
Georges Mills, NH 
Mid-Maine District office 
91 Holmes Rd 
Winthrop, ME 04343
Camp Mechuwana 
91 Holmes Rd 
Winthrop, ME 04343
Trinity UMC 
361 Sumner Ave. 
Springfield, MA 01108 
Faith Fellowship 
9 North Main St 
Mansfield, MA 
(508) 339-6040 
Christ UMC 
271 Rocky Hill Road, 
Northampton, MA 01061 
Shelburne UMC
Shelburne, VT 05482 
St James UMC
646 Daniel Webster Hwy 
Merrimack NH 
Northern Maine District Office 
44 Kennebec Rd 
Hampden, ME 04444 
St. Matthew's UMC 
435 Central St. 
Acton, MA 
Weston UMC 
377 North Ave. 
Weston, MA 02493 
Good Shepherd UMC 
577 Salem St. 
Malden, MA 02148 
Gales Ferry UMC 
10 Chapman Lane 
Gales Ferry, CT 06335 

*New England Conference’s UMCOR HUBs. HUBs are satellite operations that certify kits are put together properly before sending them on to UMCOR's two supply depots or to a network of United Methodist relief-supply depots across the United States, such as Mission Central in Mechanicsburg, PA. The United Methodist relief-supply depots respond to natural and man-made disasters with relief supplies and supply humanitarian goods and logistical services to hundreds of different ministry and social service agencies.