In 2017 and 2018, Relief Teams helped rebuild Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Since September 2017, we have made significant steps in helping the people of Houston recover and rebuild. We sought out those who have little hope of restoration without the aid of volunteers. We have found the elderly, widows, veterans, disabled, and the forgotten. There are literally thousands of families in Houston that will not get back into their homes unless someone helps them to rebuild.
Relief Teams lived out the gospel as we helped those who could not help themselves.
Given the unpredictable nature of these disasters, precious time is lost when making efforts to raise funds while victims are already in desperate need. That's why we have created a general Disaster Response Fund allowing us to respond immediately to disasters as they are happening.
As we continue to make you aware of the ways you can help when these events occur, consider supporting the Disaster Response Fund throughout the year so resources are available for our teams to act immediately when unexpected disasters hit.
Relief Trips are planned by our Logistics team as disasters unfold around the world. Sign up on the form below to be informed when trips are posted. From a month to years after a disaster strikes, we have teams continually going to serve in relief efforts. All scheduled relief trips will also be listed under Adult Mission Trips for Individuals and Groups or under Youth Group Mission Trips.
Adventures in Missions responds to both domestic and international disasters, from neighbors next door to friends on the other side of the world. Because needs differ with each disaster's location and intensity, our agile response efforts fill the gaps, meeting needs other relief organizations can't or don't meet.
We’ve mobilized thousands of people in response to disasters around the world, partnering with local churches and ministries to see physical and spiritual restoration in people’s greatest time of need. Relief efforts are a prime opportunity to share the message of hope we have in Jesus.
You can join us the next time disaster hits. To be on our first responder list and be informed of potential disaster relief opportunities, sign up now.
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Nearly three billion people were affected by natural disasters in the last decade. After Hurricane Sandy, Jerri shares her story of one life devastated, one life restored. This is why we show up— to be the hands and feet of Jesus, to build homes, hope, and an open door for the Gospel.
Flash Flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana left 20,000 people in need of rescue, while homes were destroyed. We were able to serve alongside local ministry partners to assist them in rebuilding their communities. Steve Wallace and Alyssa wallace on the ground with Adventures in Baton Rouge.
Over one million refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, the vast majority arriving by sea to the island of Lesvos, Greece. Since November of 2015, we've sent several short term teams and multiple World Race squads to Lesvos, Greece. Follow our Refugee Crisis Page for the latest stories.
On a rainy day in August in Port-au-Prince, our friend Carl, an Adventures In Missions interpreter, shared a glimpse of what life in tent cities is like. He also shared some of his thoughts on how to help Haiti rebuild.
Since the 2010 earthquake, Adventures has had a steady a presence on the ground in Haiti, partnering with local ministries and helping with Disaster Relief. As the entire country recovers from the more recent Hurricane Matthew, the best way we can serve and partner with them now is through meeting physical needs. This is the open door to sharing the love of truth of Jesus with people recovering from this most recent disaster in Haiti.