FOREST, VA — World Help, an international Christian humanitarian aid organization, has activated its crisis response program to provide aid to victims of Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Bahamas this Labor Day weekend as a devastating Category 5 storm. The destruction was unprecedented, and the flooding some of the worst the island nation has ever seen. Now, as the storm makes its way up the eastern U.S., it could still cause significant damage and power outages across the region.
To aid in the relief effort, World Help has partnered with relief organization in the Bahamas and the U.S. to help in the areas most affected. A $50 donation provides necessities such as bottled water, food, and hygiene items to a person in need.
“Please do something to help today. Your involvement during this unsettling time will remind the victims of this tragedy they are not alone,” said Vernon Brewer, founder and CEO of World Help. “But most of all, take time to pray on behalf of those affected by Hurricane Dorian. Pray for their safety, their health and for the recovery process over the next several months.”
Help People of Hurricane Dorian
After pounding the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian hit the U.S. this week, bringing torrential downpours and massive wind damage. Numerous people have been evacuated, and thousands are left without power.
Local authorities and domestic aid organizations are overwhelmed, so World Help is stepping in to help. We’ve partnered with disaster response teams in the areas most affected to provide critical aid … but they desperately need more supplies. And that’s how you can help.
To learn more about the relief efforts or to donate, visit World Help’s Hurricane Dorian Relief page.
World Help is a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world. Since its inception in 1991, World Help has delivered humanitarian aid to more than 82 million people in 71 countries.
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