Many people have been devastated by Hurricane Florence. We have the opportunity to care for those impacted through prayer and service. We've identified ways you can serve and support ministries that are on the ground in damaged areas.
Convoy of Hope is responding to Hurricane Florence to give people help and hope in times of great need. Teams in the field are distributing relief supplies to storm survivors, coordinate volunteers and assist in cleanup efforts. Convoy of Hope is working closely with local, state and federal officials in this response.
Samaritan's Purse is mobilizing its vast network of volunteers to help families get back on their feet. Teams will tear out damaged drywall from waterlogged homes, tarp roofs, remove debris, and clear downed trees. Crisis-trained chaplains from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s Rapid Response Team have also deployed and will work alongside Samaritan’s Purse volunteers, providing spiritual and emotional care to storm victims.
The Salvation Army is providing food, shelter, emotional and spiritual care, and other forms of emergency assistance to disaster survivors and rescue workers. They are bringing hope to people affected by this terrible storm and provide The Salvation Army with the resources needed to offer comfort to people through their darkest days.
Stevens Creek Church in Augusta is collecting bottled water, diapers and baby wipes to send to the affected storm areas. You can drop them off at 600 Stevens Creek Road.