Southern Baptists are responding after devastating tornadoes ripped through parts of the Midwest and South, causing major damage and tragic loss of life in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Illinois, Mississippi and Missouri. Send Relief is working in coordination with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) teams, who were among the first on the ground to begin assessing damage and meeting critical needs.
Pray for the people impacted by this deadly storm. Along with the loss of life, the tornado damaged homes, businesses and churches, and also caused power outages in some of the hardest hit areas.
But help and hope are on the way. Send Relief is supporting SBDR volunteers as they begin to provide temporary roofing, clean up debris and serve food and water to people in need.
Your gifts to the North America Crisis Response Fund are vital to these relief efforts.
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Memo: December 2021 Tornadoes
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