Relief for hurricane victims in Cabo, Mexico

Operation Blessing teams aid children impacted by Hurricane Odile in Baja California

CABO, Mexico – Hurricane Odile is the strongest hurricane to hit the Baja Peninsula since 1967. Odile wreaked havoc, downing trees and causing power outages for most of the region, resulting not only damaged homes but also a loss of clean drinking water. Operation Blessing teams immediately began responding, delivering three mobile kitchens, along with food supplies, clean drinking water and even a chlorine generator to disinfect drinking water.

Operation Blessing teams are on the ground distributing clean water, helping devastated families begin repairing their homes, especially damaged roofs, and partnering with the Salvation Army to feed an estimated 600 families a day with more than 1,000 meals.

Hurricane Odile devastates Cabo, Mexico

A bridge in Cabo washed out from the hurricane.

Disaster relief in Baja, Mexico

Replacing roofs damaged by Hurricane Odile

Relief for families impacted by Hurricane Odile in Mexico

Clean drinking water for disaster victims

Disaster relief teams distribute safe drinking water to children

Operation Blessing teams serving 1,000 meals a day

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