Hurricane Matthew Relief – Desperation in N.C.

By October 12, 2016 Uncategorized

October 12th, 10am EST

18 people have died from Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina. Over 17 inches of rain fell, causing rivers to swell, double the height of flood stage. Waters continue to rise as hope is slipping away.

Lumberton, North Carolina, the poorest area in all of North Carolina has no food, water, electricity or fuel right now. Cleaning supplies have doubled in price, and there is not much help in sight.

CRI teams are on the ground right now and begin relief operations today, but WE NEED YOUR HELP! We are in need of bulk donations of water, food, blankets, masks, cleaning supplies, bleach, generators.
Get your church or community involved or help the people of North Carolina by making a donation now. Click here for more information on how you can deploy.
Donate to Relief Efforts Now! 

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