Helping Snowstorm Victims In The Stricken Northeast

A crushing winter storm slammed the Northeast coast of the United States leaving millions of residents snowed in and without power. Operation Blessing is rushing to help those most in need – residents with medical conditions and the elderly who are most at risk after the devastating storm. Volunteers are working tirelessly to dig out stranded citizens and plow snow from the frozen roads. Watch to hear how Operation Blessing helped one particular resident with an immense need.

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4 Responses

  1. Name*

    Our daughter is a nurse at Kings Daughters hospital in Norfolk. She must get to work Monday morning. She is 50 years old n alone. Her exmilitary husband abandoned her last year.
    If your volunteers might be able to help her it would be a blessing.🙏🏻

  2. Anne Harrell

    I live in Chesapeake and have a disabled husband and two disabled sons still at home. We could really use the help to remove the snow from our sidewalks and drive way.

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