Hurricane Recovery

The people left vulnerable by this season’s severe hurricanes need our help

At World Relief, our mission is to empower the local church to serve the most vulnerable. Many times, that has led us to respond to natural disasters all across the world, aiding in the recovery and rebuilding efforts of vulnerable communities in the U.S. and abroad.

Watching the aftermath of such severe hurricanes unfold this season, we believe the church is called upon in a unique way.

World Relief has established an emergency recovery fund to provide direct financial aid to churches and partners taking part in the rebuilding efforts ahead. We believe that local organizations are uniquely positioned to foster healing and long-term recovery, and are proud to be supporting their work in the affected areas with your help.  

Donate today to support local churches and partners committed to standing with victims every step of the way.

In advance, on behalf of the people affected — thank you.

Donate to help those recovering and rebuilding after such devastating hurricanes.

Hurricane Maria

On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm—the strongest hurricane to hit the U.S. commonwealth in more than 80 years. The search for survivors and recovery work began on Thursday, while the storm continued on a path toward the Dominican Republic. The region has been left vulnerable to flash floods and landslides, and the entire island of Puerto Rico is without power—leaving over 3 million people without access to pump water, run fans or light their homes.

The people and churches of Puerto Rico need our help.