Rapid Response Services
When a tornado, hurricane, flood, or wildfire strikes an area in the United States, one of our 22 nationwide Rapid Response teams is on standby to investigate damages within 24 hours. If cleanup help is needed, they coordinate volunteers to help within 48 hours. Cleanup projects include cutting up trees, cleaning up debris, tearing out soggy insulation, and putting tarps on damaged roofs.
Disaster Response teams helped repair ninety-three-year-old Anna’s* house after Hurricane Michael swept through her neighborhood in Florida.
Pray that they will see the One we represent—Jesus Christ. Thank you, supporters and volunteers, for sharing God’s love with others in times of hardship.
Tropical Storm Imelda dumped more than 40 inches of rain on some parts of Texas since making landfall on Tuesday. In Beaumont, Texas, three feet of rain fell in 24 hours. Some homes hit by Hurricane Harvey two years ago are once again filled with water. Some say that...
Hurricane Dorian made landfall in North Carolina on Friday morning as a category 1 storm after bringing several days of drenching rains to the eastern seaboard. More than 300,000 people were left without power as the hurricane swept up the coast. Dorian brought floods...
One evening at 9:30, the Arkansas Search & Rescue team was called to help several people stranded in their vehicles that had washed of a bridge.
During the 2018-2019 Disaster Response rebuilding season, volunteers and staff repaired homes and ministered to disaster victims in the following areas.
During the rebuilding season, as a way of reaching out staff in Beaumont, Texas, set up a food stand where they served free hotdogs, chips, and soda.
Kathryn’s* house was already in bad shape before Hurricane Harvey destruction hit Texas and created more damage to her home.
Josiah is in a wheelchair from an accident. As a disabled man, he has an amazing determination and a resilient spirit!
Tornadoes have been raging through the Midwest and south central United States throughout the past week. The tornadoes have left a path of destruction.