Serve our world - Harvey recovery continues through 4B and Eight Days of Hope

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First Saturday Serve

This is a great opportunity to grab your small group, your neighbors or your co-workers.  Get with your friends, sign up and help the survivors of Hurricane Harvey to recover.

4B Disaster Response Network lines up the projects, gets the supplies and tools prepared.  All you have to do is show up!  One of their experienced staff will work with you to bless those affected by Hurricane Harvey and help them get back in their homes.  No experience is necessary, but skilled labor and tools are greatly appreciated.  Minimum volunteer age is 12 and all volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  

If you would like to help your neighbors, sign up at 4bresponse.org/volunteer

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. 


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