Hurricane Ian Response

Building access to hope and restoring lives after this devastating storm

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Building access to hope and restoring lives after this devastating storm

We are responding to Port Charlotte Florida region

On Wednesday, September 28, Hurricane Ian touched down in Southwest Florida. Making its way throughout several counties, the Category 4 hurricane caused much devastation from its flooding and 150+ mph winds. Many are left without power or a way to seek help.

You’ve probably seen news reports and images. We know this storm was one of the worst in the history of Florida’s hurricanes. As the floodwaters recede, we are able to see the full impact from this storm. It is an incredibly devastating scene. Many homeowners feel overwhelmed with the amount of work to be done to salvage and protect their homes and belongings. They need need our help. They need us to Build Access to Hope!

Right now, we are asking you to get involved in 3 ways.

PRAY – VOLUNTEER – DONATE

We are asking you to join us as we pray for and serve the families who faced Hurricane Ian and the aftermath it caused. Pray for those who God sends to help the families overcome.

Please consider volunteering with us to serve. As a 516 Project volunteer all you need to do is get to our host church in Port Charlotte, Florida. (address will be provided after you sign up). While you’re with us we’ll provide 3 meals a day, lodging etc. (Disaster relief FAQ) Again, more details will be sent to you with sign up. We will be serving from October 5th through October 22nd. Click HERE to volunteer.

We also need your support to respond. Please consider giving to support this outreach. Please give your best gift today. Thank you for partnering with us to Build Access to Hope for those devastated by Hurricane Ian. Your prayers, service and donations are making an eternal impact!


All contributions designated for specific events/disasters shall be applied to those events/disasters, and we may assess up to 10 percent to be used for administering the gift. Occasionally, we receive more contributions for a given event/disaster than can be wisely applied. When that happens, we use these funds to meet a similar pressing need.