Thirty-nine TBM Disaster Relief teams – about 150 volunteers – are meeting needs created by Hurricane Laura in Southeast Texas and Louisiana.
With more than 300 reqeusts for help, TBM chainsaw teams are cutting and removing broken limbs and fallen trees from the storm for free in Southeast Texas. A TBM feeding team and a TBM shower/laundry unit from Belton, are serving alongside them. A feeding team is providing 7,000 meals a day in Lake Charles, La.
In San Antonio, TBM’s Texans on Mission volunteers distributed boxes of food in partnership with the Red Cross to people who evacuated as a result of Hurricane Laura.
With the help of TBM volunteers like you, people can take the first steps in the recovery process. As they do, they have hope for a better future. Through a relationship with Christ, people will experience healing in the aftermath of this situation that can only come from God.
You can help a family in need by giving to TBM Disaster Relief. 100 percent of your gift supports disaster relief ministry, empowering you to come alongside a hurting family today and transform their lives.
Since 1967, TBM Disaster Relief has met needs and helped people recover from every major disaster in Texas, most across the United States and many around the world. After Hurricane Harvey alone, the ministry provided more than 1.7 million meals through its army of volunteers.