Helping in Jesus' Name

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Hurricane Relief

Samaritan’s Purse Responding in Wake of Hurricane Beryl

We continue to work across four island nations in the southern Caribbean.

Hurricane Beryl rocked the southern Caribbean the first week of July as a Category 4 and 5 storm that left communities flattened and cut off from water and power.

Samaritan's Purse has transported more than 100 tons of relief and medical supplies on four DC-8 flights to the region. Also onboard these airlifts was an emergency field hospital and more than 80 relief and medical personnel.

Our teams are distributing shelter tarps, jerry cans, solar lights, hygiene kits, cooking kits, and other vital relief to Carriacou, Petite Martinique, Union Island, Jamaica, St. Vincent, and other islands communities in between. Our Emergency Field Hospital is treating dozens of patients a day. We've also provided thousands of gallons of treated drinking water to residents.

Now we are also at work in Brazoria County, Texas, where Beryl toppled massive trees onto homes and yards. We are helping residents clear away trees and debris and tarp damaged roofs. We do all this is the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, reminding hurting people of the hope and peace found only in Him.

Please continue to pray for the millions of lives uprooted by Hurricane Beryl. Pray for our teams on the ground as we work through the local church to provide relief in Jesus’ Name.

You can also make a donation by mail. Send to: Samaritan’s Purse, PO Box 3000t, Boone, NC 28607