• Respond


    Whenever a major crisis or disaster happens, people want to get involved. They want to respond, help and reach out, but often are unable to because they do not know where to begin. They are looking for a place to volunteer where their skills will be needed.

    Unfortunately, finding places to volunteer can be hard. Crisis response situations can be very complicated and there is a need for properly trained people who understand the protocols and the needs presented. This site is dedicated to helping find quality organizations that respond to crisis situations.

    "I believe one of the greatest ways to impact a community is by building relationships."

    Pastor Mike, K-LOVE Radio

  • Volunteer

    Salvation Army

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    While every disaster is unique and creates its own special needs, the core of The Salvation Army's disaster program consists of several basic services. And while these services address many of the typical needs of a disaster survivor, Salvation Army disaster relief is also flexible.

    Volunteer with The Salvation Army

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    Convoy Of Hope

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    Convoy of Hope was founded in 1994 by the Donaldson family. Their inspiration for starting the organization can be traced back to the many people who helped their family after their father, Harold, was killed by a drunk driver in 1969. Today, more than 80 million people have been served throughout the world by Convoy of Hope. We are proud that we work through churches, businesses, government agencies and other nonprofits to provide help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry and hurting..

    Volunteer with Convoy of hope

  • Samaritan's Purse

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    North American Ministries responds quickly when natural disasters strike, deploying an army of volunteers to come alongside homeowners to bring relief and compassion in Jesus’ Name. We also lead construction projects in remote Alaska and other parts of the world. 

    Find out about the needs in your area.

    Volunteer with Samaritan's Purse

  • American Red Cross

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    You often see members of the American Red Cross in the news at the scene of a house fire, flood or other natural disaster. Our volunteers are always there to help people find shelter, reunite with family members and put their lives back in order. We take disaster response very seriously. 

    Find out about the needs in your area.

    Volunteer with American Red Cross

  • Billy Graham Rapid Response

    Billy Graham Rapid Response

    Since 2002 The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team has responded to more than 500 crisis across the globe, praying with more than 500,000 people.  It is a ministry of crisis trained volunteer chaplains who deploy in the aftermath of a disaster to respond to the emotional and spiritual needs of disaster victims and people in crisis.

     You will be invited to deploy according to your availability, as needed by RRT for disaster response.

    Volunteer with Rapid Response

  • Disaster Preparedness

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    Disaster can strike at any time and without warning.  You may have to evacuate or you may end up staying in your home for a long period of time.  Are you prepared? Preparation is the key to help you and your family in any kind of disaster.  

    The guides below will provide you with an understanding of what you'll need to deal with fire, flood, winter storm, tornado, hurricane or earthquake. We recommend you keep these lists somewhere where you can access them in times of disaster.

    Disaster Preparedness Guides

  • Earthquake Preparedness - PDF
    Emergency Supplies - PDF
    Flood Preparedness - PDF

    Fire Preparedness - PDF
    Tornado Preparedness - PDF
    Hurricane Preparedness - PDF