When disaster strikes, your church or family can help communities that have endured the unimaginable. No matter how distant a disaster may seem, Send Relief has partners around the world ready to jump into action and give food, water, shelter and health care to families recovering from devastation. From major disasters like Hurricane Harvey to smaller disasters like flooding in South Asia, our ministry projects provide relief for months and even years after the disaster.
- Vermont Flooding – Catastrophic rainstorms have swept across the state of Vermont, causing historic flooding after nearly a week of unrelenting rainfall. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) teams from Baptist Churches of New England are leading a multi-state response in the most impacted communities. Send Relief is providing resources to assist SBDR as they provide food, flood cleanup and home repair. Pray for impacted families and first responders as rescue and evacuation efforts continue. To support the response, you can give using the give box above.
- Turkey-Syria Earthquake – A deadly magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Turkey and Syria, causing widespread and catastrophic damage throughout the region. More than 50,000 people have been killed and tens of thousands more injured by the tragedy. Send Relief is working with local partners and churches in Syria and Turkey to respond to critical needs. Join Send Relief in praying for those impacted by the initial disaster and subsequent severe aftershocks. You can learn more and give to support our response here.
- Ukraine Crisis – As the war in Ukraine intensifies, Ukrainians are experiencing a catastrophic humanitarian crisis after being displaced from their homes. Send Relief is working with local Baptist partners in Ukraine and across Eastern Europe to meet hunger, shelter, medical and other needs for more than 1 million refugees. Your gifts to the Ukraine Crisis Fund are vital to these efforts. Click here to learn more.
Last year, you provided emergency food rations, temporary shelter and more to over 852,000 individuals recovering from a disaster.
From The Field
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