Hurricane Beryl Batters Grenada

On June 24th, Hurricane Beryl battered Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines as a Category 4 storm. Heavy rain and winds as high as 150 mph flattened buildings, damaged crops, and left thousands of people without electricity. The storm also caused varying levels of damage in Barbados, Jamaica, Haiti, and Mexico as it surged through the Caribbean. Grenada’s northernmost island, Carriacou, sustained the storm’s deadliest impact. Many homes, churches, and businesses were left without roofs.

Survivors are left behind with pieces to pick up, crops to replant, and homes to rebuild. In their time of loss, we have an opportunity to lend a helping hand and show the love of Christ. Several staff members are traveling to Grenada to research the needs and propose a plan of action for assisting people affected by Hurricane Beryl. CAM is partnering with a conservative Anabaptist mission with years of experience in Grenada to provide context and ongoing discipleship with recipients. If you would like to help people affected by Hurricane Beryl, your support will be a blessing.

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