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One of the worst disasters of 2020

Blog Team
Nov 15, 2020

Life was already hard enough in Guatemala — one of the poorest countries in Central America.

Terrible droughts have plagued Guatemalans for decades. The coronavirus pandemic pushed families deeper into poverty. And now Hurricane Eta has washed away homes and livelihoods.

But even in all these terrible events, there is good news! YOU can help. Your $50 gift today will help with clean up and recovery and rush emergency aid like food, clean water, and hygiene kits to one person affected by Hurricane Eta.

When the flood water barreled through the small villages throughout Guatemala, families barely made it out with their lives. It’s truly a miracle.

But the fight for survival isn’t over. Without access to food and clean water soon, even more could die. The aftermath of the storm could be just as deadly.

That’s why these families desperately need your help.

And not only will your $50 help to meet their physical needs, but your kindness will also show them the love of Christ.

We know there’s a lot going on in the world right now. It seems like every day there is something else pulling at our attention. But we can’t forget Guatemalans who have lost so much to Hurricane Eta.

So, please give today, and show one Guatemalan that he hasn’t been forgotten.

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