As we watch the news stories of those affected by Hurricane Florence, it may seem like it is a disaster so large that any small thing we may do to help will be a drop in the proverbial bucket. But, as with other disasters around the world, Episcopal Relief and Development is there, helping put lives back together in many ways.
Now is the time to help them help others. Here’s a letter sent out on Friday, September 15, 2018, as Hurricane Florence approached landfall on the Carolinas.
Dear Donors and Friends,
Even as we pray for those affected by Hurricane Florence and begin to provide assistance through our diocesan and church partners, I am reminded of the long-term nature of recovery from these storms.
My latest story from Texas on the first anniversary of Hurricane Harvey describes a ministry that has been serving one community since the early days of that recovery. Here is the link:
Thank you for supporting the work of Episcopal Relief & Development.
Major Gifts Officer
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