Under the leadership of Charles Burchett, (Chairman JNLTRG) First Baptist of Kirbyville has been a major part of JNLTRG. They have opened their doors and allowed the use of their facilities for disaster relief in Jasper and Newton counties.
JNLTRG partnered with Somebody Cares for several years . They supported our mission before we became an independent 501 (c)3 as our fiscal agent. They work with us on disasters and provide much needed experience in the long-term disaster arena.
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.
Presbytery of New Covenant is made up of 88 churches and new church developments, spread across 39 counties in southeast Texas, including Houston.
Recovering Hope. Restoring Lives. Rebuilding Together.
We are a network of faith communities, businesses, and organizations that came together following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in August of 2017.
Catholic Charities is a network of charities with headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. The organization serves millions of people a year, regardless of their religious, social, or economic backgrounds.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
What an amazing opportunity to show others LOVE than by truly working out your faith as you repair the homes of those effected by disaster.
We coordinate donated materials, volunteer labor and homeowners that are in desperate need of repairs.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief helps individuals and churches get involved in ministry to persons in need around the world by responding to disasters and ministering to long-term needs.
The HEART Program was created in 2018 by the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC) and Enterprise Community Partners to provide grants and technical assistance to nonprofits providing housing assistance to families displaced or otherwise affected by Hurricane Harvey. Grants were provided for the following activities:
When disasters strike Texas communities, the Rebuild Texas Fund connects your helping hand to Texan communities in need. As the organization designated by the Office of the Governor to receive private donations following a disaster, we strategically collect and distribute funding and additional resources to eligible organizations in impacted areas to build resilience.
We work with local leaders to identify community-driven priorities, unmet needs, and funding gaps in affected regions. We provide local leaders and organizations with the financial and technical expertise needed to recover stronger than before. Our community-centered approach is swift and purposeful – providing the greatest possible impact for Texans rebuilding lives and livelihood.
The American Red Cross, also known as The American National Red Cross, is a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides emergency assistance, disaster relief, and disaster preparedness education in the United States.
The Cooperative Program funds the ministry of Disaster Relief. During elevated crisis response times, additional support is needed to fund this missional endeavor of the SBTC. Prayerfully consider participating in the on-going relief ministry as teams deploy to represent Christ by meeting the needs of those who are hurting during difficult times.
Good360 helps socially responsible companies do good by distributing highly needed product donations to people facing challenging life circumstances – all through our global network of vetted nonprofit partners.
Alex and Shawna Stark
Live Oak Church of God in Christ
Crossroad Christian Fellowship