Offering comfort to a disaster victim in North Carolina.

Helping In the Wake of Hurricane Florence

Helping After Hurricane Florence

Even before massive Hurricane Florence struck the East Coast, an Operation Blessing team had positioned themselves near the disaster site. They moved quickly into flood-devastated areas of North Carolina like New Bern and Lumberton. Check out the photos of our workers and volunteers encouraging victims with food, water, hygiene supplies, flood kits, and warm meals, as well as helping them recover their damaged homes. This is only possible thanks to support from friends like you. If you’d like to volunteer to make a difference for the victims of Hurricane Florence, please visit our volunteer page to see how you can get involved.


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3 Responses

  1. Deborah Davis

    As soon as I can, I’m joining CBN 700 Club…I have nothing to give at this time…Ive become disabled an over the last 5 years I’ve lost all..My faith is in Jesus an I know soon I will have a peaceful an safe place to live…I so want to help anyway I can …I feel so useless an lonely right now…But I’m looking so forward to being a part of the good work of CBN operation blessing…Your a comfort an hope to me…God bless you an all the love an hope you give us all…Deborah

    1. Dina Sleiman

      Hi Daneen, I know we send out regular emails on these issues. I would suggest you try our contact form and ask them to check if we have your correct email address and which lists it’s included on. If you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter at the bottom of most of the web pages, I would definitely recommend you try that as well. And if you’re interested in volunteer information, you can register to be on that list on our volunteer page. Blessings.

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