Operation Compassion and Partners Arrive in Joplin, MO

By , May 25, 2011

With another catastrophic tornado wiping out half of Joplin, MO, Operation Compassion and their disaster relief network have arrived and set-up in the area. The disaster site is serving four additional satellite sites that are assisting as many survivors as possible. God’s Pit Crew, Gleanings for the World and Mercy Chefs are there clearing debris and downed trees and feeding survivors, volunteers and emergency workers.

In addition, Chaplains and trained disaster counselors are arriving as well as other resources such as refrigerated trailers, shower trailers and other equipment necessary for a disaster response of this scope and size. More than 40 semi-trucks of disaster relief goods and products are pouring into the area from our partners, trying to meet as many needs as possible.

Feed the Children, one of our disaster network partners, has already done an exceptional job in coming to help. Delivering semi-trucks of products and reaching out to Joplin as a community. Feed the Children has rallied around this disaster and has pulled out all the stops in trying to assist survivors with immediate needs as well as helping them recover from this catastrophic event.

There are three ways you can help the survivors of Joplin:

Online Donations:

 

Call: 423.728.3932

Please mail your donations to:

Operation Compassion
114 Stuart Road, NE Suite 370
Cleveland, TN 37312
www.operationcompassion.org

Comments are closed