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Florence has passed, but the need remains

Florence has passed, but the need remains

“You know it’s hard to leave home,” North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said this weekend. “You miss it as soon as you walk out the door. But tens of thousands of North Carolinians have had to do that this week.” After dumping more than two feet of rain in many places,...
HURRICANE FLORENCE: Send immediate help

HURRICANE FLORENCE: Send immediate help

I’m reaching out to you today with a heavy heart. As you read this, many Americans are struggling to survive in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Numerous people have lost their homes, their belongings … and they’re scared. Thousands are without power and water, and...
Hurricane Florence victims need you … will you respond?

Hurricane Florence victims need you … will you respond?

Hurricane Florence is projected to slam into the Carolinas with devastating force. Storm surges at the coast along with torrential downpours are expected to cause massive flooding. Numerous people have already been evacuated, and authorities are warning people to...
Nicaraguans are running out of time

Nicaraguans are running out of time

Nicaragua has been in a state of turmoil for months now. Protestors and looters fill the streets. The economy is in collapse. And people are starving. The UN Security Council met last week to discuss the situation. But while they work to determine what steps to take...
Help rush relief to India’s flood victims

Help rush relief to India’s flood victims

As the floodwaters begin to recede in Kerala, India, the extent of the damage has become more obvious. The number of people displaced has risen to around 1.2 million. Houses are filled with up to three feet of mud and debris. Our partners on the ground are working...
Help those left homeless by flooding in India

Help those left homeless by flooding in India

Countless families are stranded in relief camps after the worst flooding southern India has experienced in a century. More than 300 people have died, and 800,000 people have been forced from their homes. Damage estimates top $2.7 billion. The downpours, which began...
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