In response to devastating tornadoes, Operation Blessing is calling for volunteers in Albany, GA. Orientation will be at New Birth Fellowship Church daily (Monday – Saturday) beginning at 8am. Operation Blessing will provide everything you need—work assignments, tools and lunch. All we ask is that you provide your own transportation to and from the work sites. No reservations are needed for daily volunteers.
Operation Blessing will soon be offering free volunteer housing, to get more information and to register for volunteer housing when it becomes available, please contact our National Volunteer Manager, Trudy Rauch, at 757.226.3407 or send us your name, phone number, date you would like to come and number of volunteers in your team to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will call you back within 24-48 hours. We require that all volunteers needing overnight housing register 24-48 hours in advance. Please make sure you receive your email confirmation before heading to Albany.
New Birth Fellowship Church
2106 Radium Springs Road
Would you or someone you know like to volunteer? When major hurricanes, tornadoes and other devastating storms strike the U.S., volunteers become a key component of Operation Blessing’s disaster relief efforts. From serving hot meals and handing out bags of relief to helping residents salvage precious belongings and aiding in debris removal and cleanup, OBI volunteers are critical to bringing relief in real time!
Operation Blessing Teams are made up of “on-call” volunteers with general and specialized skills who join our teams in the field during times of disaster. When there is a disaster, we’ll contact you (usually via e-mail) asking if you are available. Operation Blessing will supply meals, lodging, equipment, work order coordination and more. Volunteers are only asked to cover the costs of their transportation, including to and from the job sites each day.