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The Salvation Army
From Florida to Puerto Rico, The Salvation Army is there to provide food, drinks, shelter, emotional and spiritual care and other emergency services to hurricane survivors and rescue workers. Your generosity enables The Salvation Army to serve those in need and fight back against the pain caused by Hurricanes Ian and Fiona, bringing comfort to families and offering hope in the aftermath of natural catastrophes.
World Renew
Disaster Response Services lives out God’s love and shares hope with disaster-impacted communities in North America by joining in the restoration of the homes and lives of the most vulnerable survivors.
MAP International
Hurricane Ian survivors need your help! Your gift now of any size will help us raise $50,000 to rush critical relief supplies – including Disaster Health Kits filled with things like first aid kits and soap for personal hygiene – to hard-hit areas of Florida.
Adventures in Missions
WAYS YOU CAN HELP PRAY FOR: Those affected. The local authorities. Our Ministry Partners Relief Teams aiding the rebuilding process DONATE: All donations will be deployed toward our relief efforts.
Reformed Mission Services
On Sept. 28, 2022 a Category 4 hurricane made landfall in southwest Florida. With windspeeds of 140 mph near Cape Coral, Florida much damage has been sustained by the area. The Disaster Response Committee of RMS is diligently seeking ways to be of the greatest assistance. If you would like to donate towards these efforts please do so below! If you would like to donate to the Disaster Relief efforts for Hurricane Ian please click on our Donate button.
Christian Aid Ministries Foundation
Our Rapid Response teams and Search & Rescue teams are on standby, prepared to help those affected by Hurricane Ian. CAM’s Loaves & Fishes Food kitchen is also gearing up to provide food for survivors. If you wish to partner with us in helping disaster survivors, choose a donate option.
GoServ Global
Natural and man-made disasters require relief efforts. According to the Council on Foreign Relations, the president declares a natural disaster nearly every week in the United States. In the aftermath of emergencies, GoServ Global supports local communities with domestic mission trips and Christ-centered disaster response efforts. GoServ Global’s disaster response teams provide immediate assistance, equipment, resources, and hope after a natural disaster. We also train disaster relief volunte
Plain Compassion Crisis Response
Hurricane Ian is currently looking like a catastrophic event and is predicted to make landfall this afternoon as a high-end category 4 or even a category 5 hurricane. Our goal is to go in, assess the situation as it unfolds, and help where we can. Pray for us as we respond to this situation!
Hope Force International
Please join us in praying for those in the path of this storm. We can only imagine their anxiety and concern for homes and property. Also, pray for Hope Force as we seek to establish our base of operations within the impact zone and how best to respond. Would you consider a financial donation in support of our Hurricane Ian response efforts? Your gift will help enable our teams to effectively serve those impacted by this historic event.
Cross International
Provide support for children and families suffering in the midst of disasters like Hurricane Ian.
The Evangelical Free Church of America
Storm surge, wind damage and heavy rainfall will affect communities as the hurricane cuts a path towards the Atlantic. ReachGlobal Crisis Response is assessing the situation and preparing to mobilize resources and teams in the coming weeks and months. They anticipate sending an assessment team in the next few days and will mobilize equipment and additional staff as needed.
SEND International
Hurricane Ian crashed into Florida’s Gulf Coast on September 28 as a Category-4 storm, bringing catastrophic winds, rains and storm surge to cities in its direct path. The massive storm carried 155 mile-per-hour winds, putting the storm just below the Category-5 threshold. Florida residents are expected to face widespread flooding, power outages and wind damage to homes in the coming days. Send Relief is working closely with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams to meet immediate needs in th
Austin Disaster Relief Network
ADRN is partnering with a network of churches in the Orlando Area to respond to the devastation left behind by Hurricane Ian. We'll send aid in the form of Survivor Care Kits for families who are displaced from their homes.
Church of God Ministries
The Disaster Relief Fund for the Church of God (Anderson, IN) is administered by Church of God Ministries, Inc. The fund provides humanitarian assistance to churches and individuals affected by natural or man-made disasters.
International Disaster Emergency Service (IDES)
We have been in contact with a number of partnering churches and are ready to assist them as needed. If you are interested in volunteering or would like to donate to these efforts go to our website, listed below.
The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN)
Operation Blessing is a nonprofit, humanitarian organization dedicated to partnering with YOU to demonstrate God’s love by alleviating human suffering in the U.S. and around the world. For more than 40 years, your love has shown through OB as together we’ve provided hunger relief, medical care, clean water, and disaster relief to millions around the world. Through compassionate, efficient, and locally-focused programs we are able to target the specific needs of those we serve and provide a
Somebody Cares America
Somebody Cares is engaged in short and long term disaster relief in partnership with churches and local agencies in the communities affected by disaster. We provide a tangible expression of God's love to the hurting.
Joyce Meyer Ministries
Happening Now: We’re supporting relief efforts in Florida following the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Ian. And every dollar you give will go directly to this effort.
Convoy of Hope
Convoy of Hope's caravan of response vehicles is en route to Florida. As hard-hit communities become accessible, Convoy team members will set up points of distribution and begin assisting survivors.
Blessings International
After responding to hurricanes and other natural disasters over the last forty years, we know the life-threatening situations this creates for those affected. But we also know that through God’s grace, we can be ready to help responders. We have already received requests for help and assistance. We are asking you to support the people of Florida by donating to our emergency disaster relief fund and helping us to bring hope to the hurting. Thank you so much for considering giving to this ur
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team is deploying to southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian slammed into the coast with 150-mph winds, a storm surge as high as 18 feet. Countless home have been flooded and millions without power. A team of 20 chaplains are deploying across the area to share the love of Christ and pray with hurting individuals in the aftermath of this catastrophic storm and 500-year flood.
Somebody Cares America
Somebody Cares has a longtime presence in Florida with chapters and numerous church relationships there. We hare partnering with several churches along the Gulf Coast to serve hot meals, supply Points of Distribution, support the needs of local pastors, pray with and meet unique needs of survivors, and help with long term recovery as the Lord provides. Semi truckloads of food, cleaning materials and other supplies have been sent with more to come.
World Vision, Inc.
World Vision is positioned and equipped to respond to disasters across the United States, including in hard hit areas like Puerto Rico and Florida suffering from the effects of Hurricanes Fiona and Ian. When disaster strikes, World Vision is often one of the first organizations to respond. Our relief workers connect with partners – including churches – in affected regions to help hard-hit communities. We are continually preparing for the next disaster by equipping our field sites and partners
The Christian Relief Fund
Donations are currently being used to help victims of Hurricane Ian.
Eight Days of Hope
Eight Days of Hope is responding to the devastation caused by Hurricane Ian. We are praying for those who have already been impacted and will be impacted by this storm. To learn more about our response or to donate to our efforts.
Southern Baptist Foundation
Send Relief, a cooperative program between the International Mission Board and North American Mission Board, brings the healing of Christ to those whose lives have been shattered through Hurricane Ian. With ministry partners on the ground, Send Relief offers hope by serving those to meet their physical needs and share the hope of the Gospel.
World Help
Victims of this storm desperately need essentials like food, clean water, and basic hygiene items. They need you to stand beside them in this dark hour. Your $50 gift will provide emergency supplies for one hurricane Ian victim. Please give whatever you can to help Ian victims today.
The Anglican Relief and Development Fund
We are currently using Joseph Fund donations to help churches prepare for Hurricane Ian. In Pakistan, we are responding to the disastrous flooding affecting upwards of 30 million people. We continue to fund disaster response efforts in KY, as well as other relief efforts not making the evening news. We are grateful for this fund that allows us to continue to contribute to disaster relief efforts above and beyond what we raise for specific events. Contact us to learn more!
Samaritan's Purse
Two Disaster Relief Units—tractor trailers stocked with equipment and supplies—headed to Florida on Thursday morning from North Carolina. “Hurricane Ian is going to impact the lives of millions of people,” said Franklin Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse. “We are praying for everyone in its path and already mobilizing our team to respond in Jesus’ Name.”

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