When a hurricane, tornado or other disaster strikes, our natural instinct is to reach out and help those who have been affected. Through TBM Disaster Relief, now you can. Volunteer and deliver help, hope and healing.

TBM has responded to every natural disaster in Texas since 1967 and many beyond it, including the Southeast Asia tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Through a diverse array of ministries, TBM has provided the calm after the storm for millions.

Such a monumental task is possible because people like you are willing to serve. Discover how you can change a life by offering practical help and hope in the name of Christ in the wake of disasters.

Together, we:

Assess damage

Distribute boxes and packing supplies

Chainsaw fallen trees

Install temporary roofs

Manage large-scale relief efforts

Minister as chaplains

Mud out damaged homes

Offer free shower and laundry services

Provide child care

Serve warm, nutritious meals

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TBM fire recovery team deployed to serve in New Mexico

TBM Disaster Relief volunteers from Lubbock and Amarillo are clearing debris of homes that have been burned by fires in the Ruidoso, N.M. area.


The fire recovery team will use a combination of tractors and handheld tools to clear lots and sift through debris for mementos that survived the blaze. The McBride Fire and the Nogal Canyon Fire have consumed more than 6,500 acres.


“Fires are devastating,” TBM Disaster Relief Director David Wells said. “Imagine all of your belongings going up in flames. It’s traumatic. TBM volunteers are delivering help, hope and healing to people are in exactly that position. Please pray for residents in the area as well as those who are responding to needs.”


Many people on the team have previously served after other fires, including in Colorado and most recently in Texas after the Eastland Complex fires.


“I’m a part of this because it’s an opportunity for me to be able to give back to people that are in their darkest times,” TBM volunteer Jason Morton told KAMC TV.” Thankfully, I have the opportunity to be able to go and volunteer and help people during this time.”