HURRICANE FLORENCE RELIEF
Hurricane Florence continues to saturate the eastern coastline. The Red Cross requested the IPHC Disaster Relief USA (DRUSA) to deploy teams in assisting first responders. The South Carolina Mobile Feeding Kitchen team deployed to the High School in Lake City, SC where they have fed hundreds of first responders. The North Carolina Mobile Feeding Kitchen team and the Cornerstone Conference Mobile Shower deployed to New Bern, NC.
Gospel Tabernacle Church has agreed to serve as a Distribution Center and Rev. Josh Brown, Youth Pastor, is coordinating the distribution of commodities. You may call him at 864-617-7623 to arrange a drop-off at 2105 W. Cumberland St, Dunn, NC 28334.
Some of the most requested items:
* Canned and non-perishable food
* Roof Tarps
* Baby wipes
* First Aid Kits
* Solar powered lights
* Antibacterial handsoap
* Bottled water
* Batteries, especially D
The North Carolina Conference has three flooded churches along with the pastors’ homes and many church members’ homes. Today, they will assess the damage in South Carolina. Please keep all the teams and survivors in prayer!
To stay current on the relief efforts, follow the IPHC Men’s Ministries Facebook Page. National DRUSA Coordinator Bill Terry and Men’s Ministries Director W. A. Mills are assisting with communications in the Carolinas and sharing frequent updates.
HOW TO HELP
The biggest need is for finances. We need funds to continue feeding first responders and survivors. The rebuilding will take time and resources as well. If you are able to help, please give online by clicking this link: https://give.iphc.org/discipleship/224378.
You may also mail a check payable to IPHC DRUSA:
Thank you for your prayers and for giving!