You can deliver help, hope and healing to those who need it most.
When disaster strikes, we are compelled by Christ's love to help those affected. Now, you can show Christ's love like never before through TBM Disaster Relief by serving as a Texan on Mission.
Working alongside trained longterm TBM volunteers, you can deliver maximum impact to those in need in just one day. Whether you're removing debris, cleaning up a neighborhood or providing an encouraging word to those affected, you can be a beacon of hope in the most difficult days of a person's life.
Hurricane Laura Weekend Service Opportunities
Due to an overwhelming response, all volunteer positions after Hurricane Laura have been filled. If you would like to know about future day opportunities to serve after disasters, please email Sabrina.Pinales@tbmtx.org.
What does a day of a Texan on Mission look like?
- Early in the morning, you'll check in at a TBM local command center or staging area. Check in will be clearly identifiable by signs and yellow tents.
- Turn in your release and assumption of risk form (if not previously turned in online) and if you're over 18 years old, complete a background check by swiping your driver's license. We will issue you a name badge and give you a shirt to wear for the day.
- After a short orientation, you'll be assigned to a project leader for the day.
- From there, you'll commute to where you will serve. Some bottled water and snacks will be available. You may want to bring some snacks coolers of ice.
- Register and complete the liability waiver/release form.
- Must be 18 years or older or a minor who is accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or organizational leader must be 16 years or older.
- Participating groups must have one adult sponsor for every five minors.
- No registered sex offenders.
- No registered violent offenders.
- No criminal convictions for property crimes or crimes against a person.
- Wear appropriate work clothing: Closed-toe shoes, pants (no shorts), hat, work gloves, etc.