Crisis Response Program

Crisis Response Program coordinates volunteers to rebuild in natural disaster areas nationally and internationally. Hundreds of volunteers have donated thousands of hours serving in communities crippled by floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes.

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Yes, I intend to help provide emergency aid for victims of floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, famines, or other natural disasters, national and international.

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Crisis Response Program coordinates volunteers to rebuild in natural disaster areas nationally and internationally. Hundreds of volunteers have donated thousands of hours serving in communities crippled by floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes.

These projects provide excellent opportunities to share the love of Christ with those suffering devastation and loss.

This program coordinates volunteers to cleanup debris,and build or repair houses for low-income victims of floods, tornadoes, or other natural disasters throughout the world. Funds help cover costs of tools, equipment,building materials, as well as supervisory and personnel costs. These circumstances provide excellent opportunities to share Christian reading material and to demonstrate God’s love in times of loss and uncertainty.

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