We continue to pray for all those impacted by the devastating California wildfires and the recent hurricanes that hit Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and many tropical islands. Thanks to your regular giving, TVC is able to respond with financial help when natural disasters happen.

Immediately after the first hurricane hit, our staff, missions board and Servant Leadership Council (SLC) were looking for ways to help. We made donations to Samaritan’s Purse and Convoy of Hope to provide relief in Florida following Hurricane Irma and the British Virgin Islands following Hurricane Maria. And we sent funds to Woodlands Church and World Vision to help Houston recover from Hurricane Harvey.

We’re also making additional donations to local and national organizations to help those impacted by the California wildfires, including Calvary Chapel The Rock, located in Santa Rosa, California, and Convoy of Hope, which had teams on the ground delivering supplies as the fires raged.

TVC’s donations to-date total $35,000.

It’s just a drop in the bucket, but it provides tangible, much-needed resources. In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll continue to look for additional ways to help that may include traveling to one or more of these locations to lend a hand in the rebuilding process.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for ways to get personally involved, these trusted organizations are a great place to start. Click any of the links below to find out more.

Samaritan’s Purseproviding hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, Florida and Texas

World Visionproviding hurricane relief in Florida, Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Convoy of Hopeproviding aid during the California wildfires; providing hurricane relief in the British Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos, Florida and Texas

Calvary Chapel The Rock – providing local aid to those impacted by the California wildfires

Ecclesia Clear Lakeproviding local hurricane relief in Texas

Woodlands Churchproviding local hurricane relief in Texas

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