There is hope in every storm.
More than 30,000 people are in shelters as Hurricane Harvey dumped more than 30 inches of rain in 72 hours. In areas of Beaumont and Southern Texas, Hurricane Harvey returned to drop even more water. Reports have shown that at it's height, more than 30% of Harris County (including Houston) was underwater. Residents of Houston and Southern Texas are in need.
Looking to help? The best way to help the people of Texas is to support the professional relief workers on the ground. Our partners in ministry since 1998, we have worked with Convoy of Hope from the earthquakes in Haiti to Hurricane Sandy. Highly regarded for their exceptional distribution model, Disaster Services teams, six international warehouses and a Mobile Command Center they are consistently among the first to respond to disasters throughout the world. Millions of survivors have been helped thanks to the local churches, businesses, government agencies, other nonprofits, donors and volunteers who partner with them.
- I want to make a donation to Convoy of Hope to help in Texas.
- I want to see what Convoy is up to in Houston and Southern Texas
- Pray with us: "God, may you be at work rebuilding what is broken. We ask for your mercy and your healing on the state of Texas. Empower those who are at work bringing food and water. Raise up the local churches that they may be a light in a time of destruction and bring your church together in the name of Jesus to be your hands and feet. Give wisdom to Governor Abbot, the local mayors and all who are leading the recovery effort. We thank you that you hear our prayers."