Hurricane Delta

In the aftermath of Hurricane Delta in Louisiana, Southern Baptists are responding.

Overview

Hurricane Delta began battering the U.S. Gulf Coast on Friday, bringing high winds, heavy rain and storm surge to areas of Louisiana that have already endured catastrophic damage after Hurricane Laura just six weeks ago.

Southern Baptists have been responding along the Gulf Coast to help people through feeding and cleanup efforts after multiple major storms, and are now responding once again in the wake of Hurricane Delta.

Your gifts to the North American Crisis Response Fund are vital to these relief efforts.

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Updates

  • October 12, 2020

    Send Relief delivered 7,520 meals to Southern Baptist volunteer teams at The Bayou Church in Lafayette, LA. The volunteers are preparing and serving up to 3,500 of those meals to Hurricane Delta survivors today, Oct. 12.


    Posted as Hurricane Delta 10/12 3:00pm on October 12, 2020.

  • October 9, 2020

    A Send Relief van, loaded with more than 20,000 meals for Hurricane Delta survivors, has left our ministry center in Ashland, Kentucky. The van is being pre-positioned to deliver the meals to Southern Baptist feeding sites in Louisiana on Saturday, as soon as the storm has passed.

    Posted as Hurricane Delta 10/9 9:00am on October 9, 2020.

  • October 7, 2020

    Hurricane Delta struck the Yucatan Peninsula as a dangerous Category 2 storm with winds up to 110 mph early Wednesday morning, Oct. 7. Send Relief is monitoring the storm, which is now sweeping across the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to strike the U.S. Gulf Coast beginning Friday, Oct. 9.