Fighting the cold alongside Europe's poor
As plunging temperatures and heavy snowfall sweep through large parts of Europe, CWS provides blankets, hot meals and food packages among other lifesaving interventions.
The 'shame' in Africa's food crisis
In this Huffington Post story, CWS staff member Chris Herlinger describes how the search for food in Africa forces migration from rural areas to cities, and how Africans feel about their lack of food.
Preparing to come to the U.S.
CWS helps refugees learn the basics of U.S. lifestyle and culture before becoming residents. Think you have what it takes? Try the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Naturalization Self Test!
CWS forum on disaster ministry
When the flashing lights of emergency vehicles have disappeared, faith communities stay for the long haul of recovery. See how we're bringing together the best minds at a special forum in March to make long-term recovery better.
The early days of a disaster
The chaos. The rush to help. The media and more. See how our friends at Thompson Reuters Foundation break down some of the complexities CWS and other non-governmental organizations, or NGOs, face when working in disaster.
Religion News Service photo.
Travel in time
The new CWS interactive timeline maps out 65 years of helping make a better world.
Communities in Indonesia prepare for a tsunami. (YouTube, 1:43)
When disaster strikes...
CWS brings emergency supplies and helps people rebuild. You can help!
Next month in D.C.
Join us for the 10th annual Ecumenical Advocacy Days, March 23-26, in our nation's capital.
Check us out on Flickr
Subscribe to our photostream today.