Our valued partner in Disaster Relief is with Baptists on Mission. If you are interested in going to serve with us and would like to receive updates regarding opportunities, sign up by clicking the button below.
In the first month after the storm, Baptists on Mission provided 1,057,623 hot meals to storm victims can completed over 3,000 recovery jobs. There are more than 2,500 jobs still open entailing debris removal, mud-outs, tear-outs, sanitation and putting tarps on damaged roofs.
For future disasters, make plans to become a trained Disaster Relief Volunteer. There are wide ranges of volunteer options available to help. From medical, recovery, mass feeding, child care, chaplaincy- there are many ways to be God’s hand to the helpless. Becoming an informed, well-trained volunteer will help ensure a more effective, timely relief effort in the event of natural disaster. You can check out this site for more information: https://baptistsonmission.org/training/disaster-relief-training