The Mission of INCOR
INCOR began over 30 years ago to meet the physical and spiritual needs in poverty-stricken parts of the world.
Since March 2020 INCOR has distributed over $40,000 to our ministry partners in at least six countries around the world to help with food, medical supplies, and other critical needs. We are in constant communication with our long-term partners, most of whom live and minister in parts of the world that lack any social safety net. We are thus able to strategically fund activities that help those most affected by the current crisis.
INCOR pledges that 100% of all designated donations will be used for their intended purposes.
During times of disaster INCOR is able to effectively channel relief through a
network of proven, indigenous, Christian ministries. This enables us to provide not only immediate relief, but long-term aid through ongoing community development.
The cycle of poverty can often be broken through education. INCOR invests in schools and programs that target children who would otherwise receive no education, often due to refugee status, gender or religious discrimination, and extreme poverty, .
By partnering with local churches, Christian schools, and indigenous missions, INCOR supports professional healthcare in a number of countries and has funded construction of medical clinics in two countries.
There is a time to give a person a fish and there is a time to teach them how to fish. INCOR invests in long term relief through community development. While this may initially include feeding programs, medical care, and education, the goal is sustainability by empowering locals to care for themselves.
INCOR funds sustainable farming as well as food assistance and emergency food relief in a number of countries. Metal Drum Ministries, one of our partners in Thailand, maintains a farm in order to feed the one hundred children housed in the four hostels operated by their ministry.
INCOR has been able to partner with local Christian organizations in countries where Christians are systematically marginalized and denied employment in order to provide vocational training. Often those trained are widows, and by providing a simple sewing machines and skills, these women can attain gainful employment and financial independence.
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