United Methodist Women members' Pledge to Mission supports projects and organizations around the world. Internationally, 2013 Mission Giving funds supported 121 programs carried out by 107 organizations in more than 110 countries. Projects address issues such as income generation, education and leadership training, peace and rights advocacy, health education, migrant and refugee rights and more.
Included in the many programs funded by International Ministries are scholarships to students who will serve and advocate in other countries.
During 2013 - 2015, United Methodist Women annually support 150 mission programs internationally, carried out by up to 116 church and grassroots organizations in more than 110 countries. The programs of these mission partners are actively engaged in education for primary, secondary and higher education levels, non-formal health and women’s health education, literacy training, anti-trafficking awareness training and victim advocacy, spiritual growth, leadership and organizational development for women and youth in the church, environmental action, violence against women and children, economic development (inclusive of livelihood skills training, income generation grants, building credit institutions, economic potential for adults with disabilities and other forms of sustainable development), gender equality, dispelling stigma and discrimination against persons with disabilities, hunger and food security, and migration issues around the globe.