Natural Disasters

In the aftermath of a natural disaster or violent weather event, entire communities can be displaced, destroyed, and in need of help. We’ve seen over the years the effects of massive hurricanes such as Hurricane Harvey in Texas, or Hurricane Michael in Northern Florida, and more recently the violent Tornados tearing through the middle of the country.

When the weather subsides, and the damage is done, reality sets it for those who have suffered through it. Survivors and those effected first hand by these acts of mother nature need help, both near and far. From simple donations such as food and water, to medical and psychological care, and more, we can help rebuild and help others get back to their normal lives in the wake of adversity.

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