CRI trained responders are invited to deploy with teams into Texas to assist with the devastating tornado damage estimated at over $1.2 billion worth of damage according to recent reports. CRI is partnering with Thirst No More and Church of the City on this deployment. We are accepting applications now. Trained responders will be required to sign a release of liability waiver once they are approved to deploy.
For more information or any questions please email us here. To give please text Texas2016 to 41444 or in the form below.
Locations: Rowlett area (You will be given the exact address once your application is approved)
Length of Stay: Minimum stay of three days.
There are opportunities for both overnight and day Responders.
Project Dates: Responders will begin working on Monday, January 4 and we are currently scheduling Responders through Friday, January 15.
Project Description: Responders will be assisting homeowners affected by the recent tornadoes. Work will include debris removal and chainsaw work.
Additional Information: Meals and sleeping quarters will be provided for overnight Responders. Responders need to bring an air mattress or cot, linens/sleeping bag, pillow, towels and personal hygiene items. Tools will be provided, but Responders may bring their own tool belts and small hand tools. If bringing their own chainsaw Responders will also need to bring Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Responders should dress in long pants and bring work gloves, safety glasses, CRI Responders Hard Hat and sturdy boots.
Local / Day Responders: If you are local to the area or do not need overnight accommodations we welcome to you to serve for the day.