Volunteers have been including Signs of the Times magazines in food packs distributed to Fijian families affected by COVID-19.
One year since the 2019-2020 bushfire season ravaged the Australian landscape. Today we take a look at ADRA’s response to alleviate the impact on farming communities.
A small group of Adventists decided to make a difference for the drought-ravaged communities of South Queensland.
More than 1.5 million people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe have been killed or displaced after tropical cyclone Idai ripped through the three southern African countries.
More than 1400 people have been killed by the magnitude 7.5-quake and subsequent tsunami, which struck the island of Sulawesi on September 30.
An update on how ADRA Australia is responding to the drought crisis in Australia, and what you can do to keep helping.
Adventist Community Services volunteers offered food and other emergency supplies to survivors of a fire that destroyed 15 homes in Hanuabada village, Port Moresby, and damaged 12, leaving nearly 150 people homeless.
ADRA Australia is now in a position to receive Federal Government funding for disaster management over the next five years.