Volunteer opportunities identified to help North Texas storm victims

Volunteers from Collin Baptist Association help clear debris in southeastern Garland. (Photo / Ken Camp)

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While Texas Baptists’ Disaster Recovery program continues to assess damage and establish long-term recovery plans to aid people affected by the Dec. 26 tornadoes that devastated parts of North Texas, immediate relief opportunities are available for churches and individuals.

clearing debris 450Texas Baptist Men volunteers from Collin Baptist Association help residents in a Garland neighborhood clear debris. (Photo / Ken Camp)Click here for frequently updated information about needs in Rowlett and here  for the latest volunteer opportunities in Garland.

In Ellis County, volunteers and supplies are needed to help meet needs within the Red Oak school district. Click here for more information.

Texas Baptists’ Disaster Recovery will update volunteer opportunities on the Baptist General Convention of Texas website, on Facebook  and Twitter.

To receive updates on additional volunteer opportunities as Texas Baptists’ Disaster Recovery program works on long-term recovery, click here

Funds will be needed throughout the recovery process. To donate to Texas Baptists’ Disaster Recovery ministry, click here.

Texas Baptist Men volunteers continue to provide immediate disaster relief. To contribute to TBM disaster relief, click here or send a check designated “disaster relief” to Texas Baptist Men, 5351 Catron, Dallas 75227.


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