Hurricanes Ida and Nicholas have ravaged South Louisiana and beyond. You can deliver help, hope and healing in the aftermath of the storms through TBM Disaster Relief.

TBM volunteers are serving in Gonzales, St. Amant and Baton Rouge, La., where they are meeting needs in the aftermath of the storm. They've also delivered two tractor-trailer loads of bottled water and cleaning supplies as well as another trailer load of relief items.

Roughly 25 TBM Disaster Relief teams are serving each day in Southern Louisiana. They have:

  • Served more than 17,000 hours
  • Provided more than 75,000 meals
  • Washed, dried and folded more than 900 loads of laundry
  • Distributed more than 600 boxes to help people with their items
  • Cut and removed fallen trees and limbs at more than 100 homes

TBM volunteers will continue to serve as long as needed to meet needs. TBM teams are often among the first teams to begin serving after a disaster and the last teams to finish, making sure people have the help they need in the recovery process.

After a disaster, prayer and financial support are the most effective ways to help those impacted by a hurricane. Prayer strengthens and guides TBM volunteers and funds help them provide the help people need after the storm. When you give to TBM Disaster Relief, 100% of your gift supports disaster relief ministries, transforming lives in their most difficult days.

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Since 1967, TBM Disaster Relief has responded to every natural disaster in Texas, most across the United States and many around the world. When you give to TBM disaster relief, 100% of your donation supports disaster relief ministries.