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Another record-breaking storm

Blog Team
Nov 16, 2020

Hurricane Iota is making history as the 30th named storm in a single hurricane season.

People in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua haven’t even had time to catch their breath from Hurricane Eta just over a week ago. Now Category 5 Iota is following a similar path and looks to be just as destructive, if not more so.

Please pray for the people in Hurricane Iota’s path as it makes landfall today. And please give whatever you can to rush emergency lifesaving aid.

Your $50 gift will help with cleanup and provide one person with urgent relief like food, clean water, and hygiene kits.

A Category 5 storm always brings destruction … but one so close on the tail of a Category 4 could prove absolutely devastating for the people of Central America.

Cleanup from Eta is still under way. Diseases are running rampant from contaminated water sources and all the mosquitos from the flooding. The ground is still soaked, which means more deadly floods and landslides are likely on the way.

Thousands of people have already been evacuated, especially in Nicaragua, where our partners are distributing food and medicine in shelters. Families are terrified of what Iota will bring.

They need your prayers.

They need your support.

They need you to help them survive.

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