Louisiana Disaster Relief
By now you have surely seen the devastating news from Louisiana. Tens of thousands have been displaced and at least 13 people have been killed in floods that are now being called the worst natural disaster to hit the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy.
CRF is on the ground working with DRT (Disaster Relief Team) to take care of more than 2,000 of these victims who were rescued but are still homeless. DRT’s semi-trailers are providing showers, kitchens, places to sleep, and tools for rebuilding. Our primary concern at this time is providing clean water and food to those in need.
We are also partnering with churches near LSU in Baton Rouge to broaden our reach and provide more relief assistance.
How you can help:
- Pray. Please join us in prayer for the victims of this terrible tragedy. God hears when His people call on His name.
- Give. Donate to our Disaster Relief Fund to help the relief effort. Your donations will be used as quickly and efficiently as possible to directly provide relief to those in need.
- Go. At the moment, the best thing you can do is donate in order to help us with the immediate relief effort. But in the future we will have opportunities to volunteer and physically be able to help with the rebuilding. If you are interested in volunteering, please reply to this email and we will contact you when opportunities open up.
About Christian Relief Fund
CRF is a non-profit relief organization based in Amarillo, Texas with a focus on holistic programs to rescue orphans and vulnerable children from poverty.
CRF operates child sponsorship programs in over 25 countries and is dedicated to providing food, clean water, healthcare and disaster relief to the glory of God worldwide.