Ayuda para desastres en EE. UU.

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  • Valdosta, Georgia 2023

    Samaritan’s Purse volunteers served hundreds of families in Georgia that were impacted by the Category 4 Hurricane Idalia in late August of 2023 by removing large trees, tarping roofs and clearing debris.

  • Perry, Florida 2023

    The strong winds and torrential rain from Hurricane Idalia caused major tree damage across Florida and Georgia. Trained volunteers assisted families by removing the large trees that had fallen on their property and homes.

  • Perry, Florida 2023

    Over 1,000 volunteers came to Florida and Georgia to help families after Hurricane Idalia devasted numerous communities, damaging homes and taking the lives of 10 people across the impacted states.

  • Highland Falls, New York 2023

    Torrential rainfall inundated communities in the New York and Vermont with disastrous flooding that impacted numerous families. Samaritan’s Purse responded to both states to help families remove waterlogged items, cut out damaged drywall and flooring, along with treating each home for mold.

  • Maui, Hawaii 2023

    In the wake of the deadliest U.S. wildfire in over 100 years, Samaritan's Purse responded in Maui, Hawaii to help families recover precious belongings that survived the flames.

  • Maui, Hawaii 2023

    Over 700 volunteers came from all over the United States to help families impacted by the wildfires sift through the remains of their home and provide some sense of closure after a horrific tragedy.

  • Rolling Fork, Mississippi 2023

    A deadly tornado outbreak unleashed a path of destruction across multiple southern states in March of 2023. Samaritan’s Purse responded to Rolling Fork, Amory and Silver City, Mississippi along with Little Rock and Wynn, Arkansas to help families with the disaster clean up phase of recovery.

  • Boulder County, Colorado 2022

    After a devastating wildfire known as the Marshall Fire destroyed 1,000 homes in Colorado, Samaritan's Purse deployed disaster relief specialists, mobilized volunteers, and served impacted families by sifting through the ashes of their homes—searching for priceless mementos and anything that may have survived the flames.

  • Boulder County, Colorado 2022

    After a wildfire, many families lose hope that they will ever recover their precious belongings. Samaritan's Purse volunteers work vigilantly to recover items such as wedding rings, coins, and any other prized mementos that may have survived.

  • Mayfield, Kentucky 2022

    Samaritan's Purse volunteers are constructing a new subdivision, rebuilding homes, providing furniture, and installing storm shelters in Mayfield, Kentucky, after a deadly tornado ripped through the town in December of 2021.

  • Fort Myers, Florida 2022

    Hurricane Ian made landfall as a Category 4 storm. It was one of the most powerful storms to ever hit Florida and claimed more than 100 lives, devastating thousands of homeowners.

  • Punta Gorda, Florida 2022

    Volunteers removed downed trees from the powerful 150-mph winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Ian that caused widespread damage in southwest Florida.

  • Breathitt County, Kentucky 2022

    The late July flooding in eastern Kentucky was the worst flooding in the region's recorded history. It claimed dozens of lives and inundated hundreds of homes with water.

  • Eastern Kentucky 2022

    Volunteers from all over the country cleaned up homes in eastern Kentucky after catastrophic rain fell across the region and triggered devastating flash flooding.

  • Austin, Texas 2021

    Samaritan's Purse has eight Disaster Relief Units stocked with critical relief supplies. These tractor-trailers are ready to respond immediately to a natural disaster and serve as the base of operations for Samaritan's Purse teams.

  • Mayfield, Kentucky 2021

    Each day begins with prayer at our U.S. Disaster Relief sites.

  • Mayfield, Kentucky 2021

    Edward Graham prays with a homeowner in Mayfield Kentucky after deadly tornadoes swept through several states across the country.

  • Mayfield, Kentucky 2021

    Edward Graham prays with a homeowner in Mayfield Kentucky after deadly tornadoes swept through several states across the country.

  • Houma, Louisiana 2021

    Samaritan's Purse served families impacted by Hurricane Ida by removing fallen trees, clearing debris, and reminding those grieving loss that they had not been forgotten by God.

  • Whatcom County, Washington 2021

    Samaritan's Purse volunteers assisted homeowners by mudding out homes and removing debris in Whatcom County, Washington after severe flooding damaged more than 500 homes and displaced hundreds of families.

  • Tennessee, 2021

    Samaritan's Purse staff and volunteers served in middle Tennessee, ministering to families who lost their homes and belongings to a devastating flood.

  • Lee County, Alabama 2019

    Samaritan's Purse volunteers begin the day in prayer before clearing debris from a home that was devastated by a string of deadly tornadoes in Lee County, Alabama.

  • Panama City, Florida 2018

    More than 4,300 volunteers from across the country helped families recover from Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandle.

  • New Orleans, Louisiana

    Since 1998, Samaritan's Purse has responded to 296 domestic disasters in 39 states, bringing aid to more than 59,780 families.