WHAT WE DOChurches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort immediately responds to any major disaster in the continental United States by sending truckloads of emergency food, water, cleaning supplies, and pallets of additional basic needs to a local Church of Christ working with us in the disaster area. These supplies are to be given to anyone affected by the disaster, regardless of race, creed, origin, gender, or religious preference. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. that employs fifteen paid personnel. The success of our organization is because of the hundreds of volunteers that help us. Volunteers help us pack the majority of these supplies in our Nashville warehouse so they are ready to be distributed as soon as they're received. Members of Church of Christ congregations across the country volunteer their time to distribute these supplies to help the community that was damaged.
Churches of Christ
Disaster Relief Effort, Inc.
PO Box 111180
410 Allied Drive
Nashville, TN 37222-1180
Toll free: 1-888-541-2848
TOTAL SUPPLY VALUE GIVEN YEAR-TO-DATE
$12,890,363 (11/30/16)The best way to help Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort assist those in need is to donate money. Every food box, hygiene box, infant care box we send are exactly alike. All families get a food box with the same contents as their neighbors. The donations from congregations and individuals that support us, along with ordering direct from brokers and manufacturers, allow us to purchase needed supplies in large volume, at extreme discounts, whenever we need them. We are able to stretch your donation dollar to buy 3-4 times what you could purchase at retail prices. Purchasing these items allows us to be better organized, know the inventory we have, and buy the size of items we need. We don't have to wait for donated goods to come in before we can send supplies out. Please click on the DONATE NOW button above so we can continue to help local church of Christ congregations across the US help their neighbors devastated by disasters. Please Help Today!
November 18, 2016 / Comments Off