SE Tornado Event – UPdate
MNA Disaster Response is working with churches in the affected areas of AL that were impacted by the recent tornado event. Local volunteers are being utilized to assist with cleanup work, repairs, and building Sheds of Hope. Supplies, materials and Sheds of Hope kits have been delivered by MNA Disaster Response staff as requested by the local churches.
If you are interested in serving as a MNA Disaster Response Volunteer for future events, please click here.
If you would like to support the work of MNA Disaster Response, please click here.
Hurricane Zeta – Now History!
Hurricane Zeta came inland just below New Orleans LA as a Category 2 storm, traveled all along the MS Gulf Coast, headed inland and on to the Atlantic bringing strong winds and rain. Several deaths were reported and at least 2.5 million customers were left without power.
MNA Disaster Response Staff have been in contact with PCA churches and congregants in the impacted areas to help with initial assessments. All church facilities are intact and impact to congregant homes is minimal. The major residual issue with this storm is the loss of power.
If you would like to give to help the ministry of MNA Disaster Response, please click here.
Lake Charles LA
The MNA Disaster Response Volunteer Staging Site is now open at Lake Charles LA. Volunteers are needed for a variety of work in response to both Hurricane Laura – a major wind event, and Hurricane Delta – a major flood event. Chainsaw teams are still needed as well as muck out teams to help clear out water-impacted homes.
To give to help with the work of MNA Disaster Response, please click here.
To volunteer, please click here.
Hurricane Sally and Tropical Storm Beta
Wow, what a busy storm season 2020 has been so far with no indication of slowing down any time soon!
Both Hurricane Sally and Tropical Storm Beta came roaring inland along the Gulf Coast bringing LOTS of rain that has resulted in localized flooding. MNA Disaster Response Staff have been working with local PCA leadership in assessing the needs presented by both of these events. At this time it has been determined that utilizing local volunteers is sufficient to meet these needs.
Hurricane Laura – Volunteers Needed!
Volunteers are needed to serve in helping meet the needs presented by Hurricane Laura. All types of skills are needed but the major request at this time is for chainsaw teams.
If you would like to serve as a MNA Disaster Response Volunteer, please click here.
If you would like to give to help meet the needs presented by this hurricane, please click here or you may mail a gift made out to ‘MNA Disaster Response’ and marked ‘For Hurricane Laura Relief’ and mail to:
Mission To North America
P. O. Box 890233
Charlotte NC 28289-0233