Domestic sites include:
- Hurricane Florence Response helping local churches minister to their communinities by cleaning up debris and trees, gutting homes and being the hands and feet of Jesus.
- Corpus Christi, SE Houston and Central Houston, Texas responding to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in August 2017.
- New Orleans, Louisiana aiding those impacted by Hurricane Katrina and tornados in January 2017.
Five simple steps to sending a short-term volunteer team
Step 1: Pray and ask others to pray with you.
Step 2: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating you would like to send a volunteer team. Please include possible dates for your trip.
Step 3: Download the Team Leader Application and Packet and complete the Crisis Response Team Application found on page 4. Once you have completed it, please scan and email it to email@example.com. (If you are unable to scan, fax these documents to 985-893-0175)
Step 4: Read the Team Leader Checklist found on pages 5-7 of the Team Leader Packet. Determine the total cost of the trip, which includes ReachGlobal Crisis Response fees**, transportation, lunches, and any other costs that the team leader deems necessary.
Step 5: Promote your trip. Using Facebook or other social media outlets are great ways to inform people of your intent to send a team. Also, utilize church bulletins and newsletters, your email list, word of mouth and any other way that you have used for other events/activities.
Questions? - Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 985.888.1060.
**ReachGlobal Crisis Response fees go towards sustaining the volunteer response during the long-term recovery, and includes lodging, most meals, a T-shirt, ministry and construction supplies and materials and to cover ongoing ReachGlobal ministry needs. Additional information is in the Team Leader Packet.