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Disaster Relief

Every year, people around the world struggle to survive when disaster strikes. Whether it’s a natural disaster such as a hurricane, tornado, earthquake or tsunami, or refugees in the midst of life-threatening conflict needing critical relief, Operation Blessing is helping disaster victims endure and recover by providing critical aid.

 

 

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When disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, or other humanitarian crises strike, YOU are there to show the hurting the love of God with immediate relief and long-term recovery.

Operation Blessing partners, staff, and disaster relief volunteers are the first on the ground, partnering with emergency management and local churches to bring food, clean water, medicine and other vital supplies to meet the immediate needs of those suffering.

Then, after others have left, YOU continue to help with the long-term disaster recovery process. Teams of Operation Blessing disaster relief staff and volunteers assist with debris clean up and repairs, as well as providing microenterprise and small business support to help recover jobs and get families back on their feet. In Operation Blessing’s 2019 fiscal year, you enabled us to respond to 12 international disasters and log tens of thousands of volunteer hours in the U.S.!

Thanks to faithful friends like you, Operation Blessing is on the cutting edge of disaster response, providing both immediate and long-term relief for Americans facing crisis and disaster. With unmatched experience working with emergency management, law enforcement, and local churches, Operation Blessing is a disaster relief organization that’s able provide the greatest impact quickly and efficiently. Whether it’s a historic hurricane like Katrina, Harvey, or Maria, a flood in West Virginia, fires in California, or a tornado in Alabama, Operation Blessing is there for Americans in need.

In Fiscal Year 2019 Operation Blessing’s U.S. Disaster Relief team completed 581 work orders to assist devastated homeowners and accumulated 41,843 volunteer hours.

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