Hurricane IAN Disaster Relief
Hurricane Ian has caused significant damage across South and Central Florida. Working as a unit of Florida Baptist Disaster Relief, Church on Bayshore’s Disaster Relief Unit is joining ongoing relief efforts. Dates will be finalized soon.
For more information about this trip, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to going, you may contribute financially to our Disaster Relief Fund. 100% of these funds will be used by our team to meet needs during their trip and contribute to ongoing needs and projects in the area.
Fast facts about Southern Baptist Disaster Relief:
- Southern Baptists have been officially involved in disaster relief for 50 years.
- Since that time, Baptists have grown to become the third largest disaster relief organization in the
country, behind only the Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
- Nearly 70,000 Southern Baptists across the country are currently trained to handle disasters.
- Today, SBDR units from around the country send kitchen, shower and laundry units to disaster sites, along
with the hundreds of volunteers required to operate them. In storms, hurricanes and tornados, volunteer
chain saw and flood clean-up crews also deploy to assist those in need.