It's been a year since Hurricane Harvey, and many families are still not back in their homes. Relief work in our immediate community has been non-stop with crews visiting from out of town and with local skeleton crews from our 4B Disaster Response Network of churches (see below). Adult volunteers who can commit a few hours or more are always needed.
- hanging drywall
- taping and floating
- minor electrical
- clean up, etc.
If you would like to help your neighbors or have questions about disaster relief in our area, please contact Eva Go or call/text at 832.788.9401.
Together with a partnering organization, Eight Days of Hope, we are gearing up for another large scale effort - Eight Days of Hope XVI to work on 200 Harvey-damaged homes from October 13-20. Volunteers must register online and commit to work for a minimum of three days (consecutive or non-consecutive) to participate. Answers to frequently asked questions may be found online. To sign up for this event, please register directly:
Our goal is to use the gifts that God has given us to bless others and share the love of Jesus!
4B Disaster Response Network
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Eight Days of Hope is serving Houston through the 4B Disaster Response Network.
4B Disaster Response Network (4BDRN) (4bresponse.org) is a local non-profit formed by six founding churches including Gateway, Clear Creek Community, Antioch Church, Coastal Community Church, Bay Area Church, and The Harbor Church. This network has grown to over 20 churches committed to serving the community, and at this time, specifically people adversely affected by Hurricane Harvey. The "4B" stands for the geographical area being covered: north to south from Beltway 8 to the Beach and east to west from the Bay to Brazoria County.