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Right now, there are tens of thousands of our brothers and sisters who are suffering at the hands of the deadly Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. In the last eight months, over 9,000 women, children, and men have been infected with the deadly virus. Over 4,500 of God's children have died.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church responded immediately to meet the needs of those impacted by this deadly disease. Loma Linda University, the General Conference Health Department and ADRA are working together to continue to provide lifesaving support in the affected area. Hospitals are said to be the most dangerous place you can be right now. That is why it is important to show support to the brave medical professionals who are working to maintain a level of safety and health for the patients they are treating. Some of the greatest needs are gloves, masks and surgical gowns as well as other much-needed equipment to help maintain a level of safety and protection for the physicians andpatients. ADRA Canada with its partners has already sent shipments of these items to West Africa.

The Adventist Church in North America has a goal of raising $250,000 to support the Adventist team that is battling Ebola. We need your support now! Every day that passes more people will suffer at the hands of this deadly virus.

To ensure your lifesaving donation is immediately put to work on behalf of the suffering in West Africa, please give through the campaign website: 

If you prefer to give via your offering plate, please mark your envelopes "EBOLA CRISIS" and please give generously so we may become God's loving hands serving His children in need.

Ebola Crisis--Adventist Partners Saving Lives: PLEASE DONATE NOW!

More than 4,500 of God's children in West Africa have lost their lives to Ebola. But there is HELP and HOPE! Contribute to the Seventh-day Adventist Church's Campaign to Support ADRA and the Adventist Hospitals that are on the frontline of the fight against Ebola!

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