Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort ready to help victims of Isaac
NewsChannel5.com | Nashville News, Weather NewsChannel5.com in Nashville, Tenn., reports:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As Hurricane Isaac made landfall Tuesday, and hung over the Gulf Coast Wednesday, relief organizations in Tennessee waited for the call to head south and help.
Crews at the Churches of Christ Disaster Relief have hundreds of boxes of supplies ready to take into areas affected by the storm.
As soon as Isaac came on the radar, managers at Churches of Christ Disaster got to work.
“If something happens in a certain town, or certain area, we’ll call them, let them know we’re available and let us know,” said Joe Dudney, executive director of the relief organization.
The group has several truckloads of family food boxes loaded and ready to head to the hardest hit areas on the coast.
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FeedbackPraying for everyone in Isaac’s path. Thanks to Churches of Christ Disaster Relief for your good work and reliably quick response. Thanks also to all who support them.
Our Oklahoma based COC medical group is traveling to Haiti Oct 4 to hold remote clinics and deliver/administer meds and education to churches in Lalomas and St. Marth, Haiti. We anticipate that the flooding from Isaac will cause a spike in Cholera in coming weeks.Bruce Dennis MDAugust, 30 2012WFR Relief ministries of White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ, West Monroe, Louisiana will be helping those affected by Isaac. We have a team heading to LaPlace area and will work wherever the church needs us to work. We will also be working with the Carrolton Church of Christ in New Orleans. Please pray that God bless these efforts as we try to bless the lives of those affected by this storm.Ben AdkinsAugust, 30 2012