International Disaster Emergency Service (IDES)

Noblesville, IN

Founded: 1973

Tel: (317) 773-4111


Top LeaderMr. David Stine

Donor Contact: Mr. Gary Finley

Member Since: April 1, 2018

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $5,059,412
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $309,590
   Total Revenue $5,369,002
   Total Expenses $4,811,970
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $6,376,534
Total Liabilities $466,310
Net Assets $5,910,224
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International Disaster Emergency services (IDES) exists to meet physical and spiritual needs of suffering people throughout the world in the name of Jesus Christ. We connect with local Christian Churches and Churches of Christ as we serve in five main focus areas: Evangelism, Hunger Relief, Medical Care, Community Development , Disaster Response. Everything IDES does revolves around sharing the hope we have in Jesus Christ. Whether responding to disasters, relieving hunger and malnutrition, developing sustainable solutions for impoverished communities, or caring for those with medical needs - it is done in order to share the Gospel.

IDES has the ways and means to get funds into Afghanistan to continue meeting the needs of IDPs and others who are suffering during this crisis. Your help will ensure the flow of resources they desperately need, all while sharing the love of Christ.
Hurricane Ida made landfall just before noon on Sunday, August 29th. Ida made landfall as a category 4 hurricane with winds of 145mph. The hurricane lead to widespread power outages leaving all of New Orleans dark.
IDES sheds are for families to have a safe place to store salvaged belongings after a disaster occurs. This program is a tool for the local church to reach out into its own community during a time of need in the name of Jesus Christ.
IDES has begun relief efforts with out partners in Haiti following this devastating earthquake. To learn more, or donate to these efforts, click the link below!
IDES continues to monitor Hurricane Dorian and has been in contact with a number of our partners along the east coast. We will give updates as we assess the needs of people affected by the hurricane. As we are tracking Dorian, IDES continues to work in Dayton, Ohio and our U.S. Disaster Response Coordinators are on site in the tornado affected areas where there will be shed building this week for those affected. Thank you for your continued prayers!
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