Wonder what your table fees and UMW purchases go towards?

Proceeds from table fees, Attic Treasures, UMW crafts, Country Cupboard, Bake Shop, lunch, dinner, and Middlefield cheese benefit the local, national, and international missions of the United Methodist Women.


Read below to learn where proceeds go towards from the Mentor UMW. (Links will open in new windows.)

Local

  • Mentor United Methodist Church Funeral Reception Ministry & MUMC Food Pantry
  • Human Trafficking Program & Domestic Violence Program
  • Hope Chest in Painesville - Distributes new or gently-used clothing, linens, and small household good to those in need, free of charge. Developed through the Lake County Department of Job and Family Services.
  • Lake County Community Network - A non-profit organization made up of 60 area churches, charities, and more within Lake County which coordinate with local agencies best able to respond to particular needs and organize partners to help fill those needs when such agencies are unable to help.
  • Flat Rock Homes and Care Center - An intermediate care facility for persons with mental retardation or developmental disabilities. Associated with the United Methodist Church.
  • Ohio Guidestone - (formerly Berea Children's Home and Family Services) Respond to the individual mental health and developmental needs of the community's most vulnerable children and their families. Has a covenant relationship with the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church.

National

  • McCurdy School - 100 year old United Methodist mission school in Espanola, New Mexico, founded in 1912. A program of the Women's Division of the United Methodist Church.
International
  • Camphor Mission Station Liberia - A United Methodist Mission Station in the Liberia Annual Conference in West Africa. It includes a school, a clinic, an agricultural program, and a church. Partnered with the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church.
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