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Thread: Recommended Assistence Charities for Hurricane Disaster relief.

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    Default Recommended Assistence Charities for Hurricane Disaster relief.

    I'm starting this thread for anyone who wishes to post the name Christian disaster relief organizations that he/she recommends for financial support.

    I would like to recommend the SBC Disaster Kitchens. They will be on site during disaster recovery as long as necessary, providing up to 30,000 free meals a day for recovery workers. You can find more information at Southern Baptist Convention and donate at Hurricane Harvey Response.
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    Default Re: Recommended Assistence Charities for Hurricane Disaster relief.

    you can also go to nvoad.org

    there's quite a list there, some organizations look good, others.... well, let's help any way we can.


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    Default Re: Recommended Assistence Charities for Hurricane Disaster relief.

    I recommend Salvation Army.

    I cannot NOT recommend Red Cross enough.

    The Salvation Army helps physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

    The Red Cross is 80% help and 20% ego. (The figures say 90%, but when an organization thinks one sandwich a day is "feeding hurricane victims," that's a problem.)
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