• Nigeria: Freed Chibok Girls Held

    Elizabeth waited three years for Boko Haram to release her youngest daughter, 20-year-old Mariam. Today, months after Mariam gained her freedom, Elizabeth is still waiting to bring her daughter home. Government officials... Read More

  • Kazakhstan: The Power of Letters

    Following his release from a Kazakh prison on June 17, Yuri Pak’s family shared how letters sent to him and fellow prisoner of faith Yklas Kabduakasov changed their quality of life behind bars. VOM supporters sent... Read More

  • Iran: What Made You Hate Me?

    Eight days after receiving a 15-year prison sentence and nearly a year after he was first detained, Muslim convert to Christianity Amin Afshar Naderi wrote an open letter to Iranian authorities. “What have I done... Read More

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VOM offers many ways for you to get involved in serving our persecuted brothers and sisters worldwide.

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    Action Packs

    Meet the needs of persecuted Christians by filling or sponsoring an Action Pack.

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    Prisoner Alert

    Write to and encourage Christians imprisoned for their faith and their families.

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    VOM Advance Conferences

    Attend a VOM event in your area.

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    Pray for the specific needs of Christians persecuted for their faith.

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Virtually 100% of our funding is from Christians like you who have answered the call to fellowship with our persecuted brothers and sisters.

Use of VOM Resources in 2016

Includes Gifts in Kind such as Action Packs and Medical Supplies. Total GIK in 2016 was $357,629.

Total: $60,078,146
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  • 6.2% Fundraising
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