Baptist Men - (Brotherhood)

Ways to Give to Disaster Relief

 The month of September is the designated month to receive the North Carolina   Missions Offering (NCMO). This crucial offering funds NC Baptist Men, Baptists on Mission, Disaster Relief, and several other mission efforts. We hope you will encourage your congregations to give to the NC Missions Offering this year. Our hearts have been touched by the devastating Hurricane Harvey and its effects on the good people living in Texas. There has been epic flooding in Texas and Louisiana. Along with giving to the NCMO you can give to hurricane relief efforts that are currently underway. Below you will find information directing you on how to give.


The UBA will have a trailer to collect relief supplies for those effected by Harvey on 9/7/17. Please see the information below for directions on giving:

Giving Collection Items to Disaster Relief 

There are only 3 types of items being accepted on the UBA trailer:

1. Hygiene Kits:   Use a 1-gallon sealable/Ziploc plastic bags and fill with a variety of the following:

Soap, Lotion, Shampoo, Deodorant, Washcloth, Comb/brush, Facial tissue, Shaving cream/razor, Toothbrush/toothpaste, Feminine hygiene products

2. First aid kits:   Purchased (for up to $10 each) at grocery and drug stores.

3. Diapers and formula

We are NOT accepting water, bleach and clothing at this time.

As soon as these items are needed we will notify you ASAP.

(Please box all items for shipping purposes)


Giving Monetarily to Disaster Relief

You can make a credit card donation by calling Kecia Morgan at 1.800.395.5102, ext. 5613 or mailing a check to:

NCBM, PO Box 1107, Cary, NC 27512 Memo line: Disaster Relief Hurricane Harvey

You can also give online at


As a reminder, contributing to the North Carolina Missions Offering supports all NCBM ministries. 

Cash donations are the best form of help for disaster relief efforts. 

Thank you!


There is a need for roofing teams in Warsaw, and electricians, plumbers, and HVAC Techs in Lumberton. If you team has these skills, please consider helping at these locations.

Mark Hinson,

UBA Baptist Men's Director


To learn more about the Baptist Men Disaster Relief efforts, click here.

To view the latest version of Baptists on Mission, click here.