Hurricane Recovery

Hurricane Recovery

Hurricane Recovery

Hurricane Recovery

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It’s hard to pinpoint a one-day anniversary for the historic flooding that Harvey caused. Many people are only now returning home and more remain displaced. As a church our ministry in our communities continues.

Through grants from Episcopal Relief & Development and the diocesan Quin Foundation, your diocesan Hurricane Recovery team is reaching out to assist our most vulnerable sisters and brothers for whom conventional disaster recovery mechanisms are not effective.

Volunteer

Stay tuned for opportunities to assist in the long journey of Harvey recovery from near and from afar; through mission trips and through sponsorships. Together let us commit to returning many more families home in time for the 2018 holidays. The recovery timeline is long. “Let us not grow weary in doing good.”

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It’s really cool to see all of these teenagers coming together and fill the needs of the most vulnerable.

  

Resources

Who to Contact

Hurricane Recovery Outreach
The Rev. Stacy Stringer - Director of Hurricane Recovery
Kécia Mallette - Harvey Program Manager
Church Insurance/Claims - Jonathan Blaker
Congregational Need & Ministry - The Rev. Canon Joann Saylors
Clergy Wellness - The Rev. Canon Carol Petty 

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EPISCOPAL RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT
When catastrophe strikes, Episcopal Relief & Development and its partners in the United States and worldwide respond to disasters and help to rebuild communities. ERD provides emergency assistance and expertise and helps establish local response.

Working with the Diocese of Texas, ERD empowers communities to meet local needs after natural disasters, to deliver critical basics such as food, water and other necessities during emergencies. ERD remains present long after a crisis is over to help the community heal, recover and rebuild.

ERD also trains local partners and community members so they are better able to serve and care for at-risk populations during a disaster. They work with dioceses in the United States to develop preparedness and response programs. Learn more here or donate today.