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Send Hope

We’re living during unprecedented times. Three major storms have made landfall in the United States and Caribbean within just a few weeks of one another. The needs are great, and resources are stretched. The impact of one storm alone is enough to place a demand on any relief organization; now there are millions of people in three areas who need our help.

This is what we do, and with your help, we’ll be assisting our neighbors for months to come. You may choose to serve the people in Texas, the Southeast or the Caribbean, or you may provide a donation that allows us to direct funds toward the greatest need.

Give online, or volunteer at the links below. For assistance with your donation, volunteer opportunities or to give by phone, please call 1-800-634-2462 (English/Español).

Hurricane Relief
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News and Videos

October 13, 2017
SAN JUAN, PR (BP) — Three weeks since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, Sam Porter estimates that one-third of the island has yet to receive much care or help. Porter, who serves as the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) national director for disaster relief, has been in Puerto Rico since...
October 6, 2017 | Send Relief
This weekend (Oct. 8), nearly 70 Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) volunteers will begin arriving in Puerto Rico to aid in recovery efforts on the island. Sam Porter, the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) national director for disaster relief, will reach Puerto Rico on Sunday, Oct. 8,...
September 29, 2017 | Send Relief
The North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) Send Relief ministry has been asked to manage the disaster response on behalf of the Convention of Southern Baptist Churches in Puerto Rico.
September 27, 2017 | Send Relief
IMMOKALEE—Disaster Relief (DR) unit leader, Rick Merritt, was frustrated. He needed a tool he didn’t have in order to fix the roof on a migrant worker’s trailer in Immokalee, Florida after it was destroyed by Hurricane Irma.
September 22, 2017 | Send Relief
Hurricane Maria has knocked power out for nearly the entire population of Puerto Rico. The island’s infrastructure is devastated, and initial reports estimate that it will take months before services can be completely restored.
September 21, 2017
IMMOKALEE—Inside a gym with yellow walls, 200 volunteers form an assembly line. They’re from First Baptist Church (FBC) Immokolee in Immokalee, Fl., and they’re bagging food and cleaning supplies in the church’s gym because it’s one of the few buildings left standing after Hurricane Irma reduced...
September 21, 2017 | Send Relief
NASHVILLE (BP) -- State Baptist conventions and donors from across the nation have been pivotal to Southern Baptists' Send Relief efforts for survivors of catastrophic Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
September 18, 2017 | Send Relief
KATY, Texas —Hurricane Harvey’s impact will be felt in this flood-weary state for many months to come as homeowners struggle to put their lives back together. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) crews remain on the scene, even as others deploy to Florida for Hurricane Irma response.
September 15, 2017
In the days since Hurricane Irma hit, Southern Baptists have been mobilizing volunteers and resources all over Florida and in the Caribbean. Seven Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) feeding units from southeastern states and as far away as the northeast have arrived. Many are set to begin...
September 13, 2017
ALPHARETTA (BP) Hurricane Harvey devastated thousands of families and caused billions of dollars in damage in Texas. Many lost their homes, their careers and even their lives; however, ordinary citizens across the United States have taken initiative to help with relief efforts.
September 12, 2017
Officials are continuing to assess the damage from Hurricane Irma, which tore through Florida over the weekend and left widespread power outages, structural damage and flooding.
September 11, 2017 | Send Relief
Mark MacDonald walked around his Jacksonville home Monday morning, assessing the damage done by Hurricane Irma. “Our roof is leaking and a few trees are down,” MacDonald said. “I was curious as to how our neighbors were doing, so I snooped and went over there. Their garden was completely torn to...
September 11, 2017 | Send Relief
After more than 24 hours of travel from West Palm Beach, Fla., a group of Syrian refugees finally made it to the Send Relief hub at Clarkston International Bible Church (CIBC) in Clarkston, Ga.
September 9, 2017 | Send Relief
After Hurricane Irma, nothing will ever be the same for hundreds of thousands of people in the southeastern US. Here's how you can be a part of Send Relief as together we help rebuild homes, families, and lives.
September 9, 2017 | Send Relief
When storms come, all is not lost. You can help people caught in disaster's path. You can be a part of Send Relief.
September 9, 2017 | Send Relief
In the midst of tragedy, everyone needs hope. It’s delivered by heroes going above and beyond to care for their neighbor. Find out how you can respond to the needs of those in the disaster’s path. To download, go to this page and...
September 8, 2017
HOUSTON — As Category 4 Hurricane Harvey crept across Texas at an agonizing two miles per hour in mid-August, the rain — more than 51 inches — kept falling, and the rivers and bayous kept rising.
September 7, 2017 | Send Relief
ALPHARETTA—The flood waters have yet to recede completely in parts of Texas, and Hurricane Irma is churning, labelled by media outlets as one of the strongest Atlantic storms ever recorded.
September 1, 2017
WASHINGTON, DC — President Donald Trump met with leaders of the three largest disaster relief organizations in the United States at the White House Friday to discuss relief efforts in South Texas in the wake of historic flooding and other damage left by the remnants of Hurricane Harvey.
September 1, 2017 | Send Relief
HOUSTON (BP) -- Several days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, authorities say many of the hardest hit areas in Texas remain in the search and rescue phase.