Operation Compassion Responds to Houston, TX Flooding

By , May 28, 2015

In the terrible aftermath of tornadoes and destructive power of torrential rainfall, Operation Compassion is organizing its disaster relief partners for Texas and Oklahoma. Operation Compassion is putting in place multiple sites where survivors are able to find assistance with food, clothing, water and other emergency supplies.

Our partner, Moms Against Hunger (MAH), under the direction of Dr. Gayla Holly, has multiple warehouses, forklifts and box trucks available to provide distribution to the communities most devastated.

In addition, they have a box truck that can deliver supplies directly to the areas most impacted.

God’s Pit Crew (GPC), one of our long term partners, is responding with semi-trucks of products to be delivered to Houston, TX. GPC is delivering bottled water, Gatorade, blessing buckets and other needed supplies.

With 400 homes damaged in San Marcos and flood waters still rising and the threat of more rain and severe weather in the forecast, the rivers, bayous and lakes are reaching some of the highest flood levels ever recorded in Houston. The San Jacinto River with its east and west forks are most vulnerable. With this in mind, Operation Compassion is staging more semi-trailers of disaster relief supplies.

If you would like to become a disaster relief partner, financial donations can be made by giving online, over the telephone or through the mail. It is easy, safe and secure. Will you help your neighbors in Houston?

It is easy to donate, in one of three ways:

Online Donations:


Mail or call your donations to:

Operation Compassion

114 Stuart Road, NE Suite 370
Cleveland, TN 37312
423.728.3932 Office
423.728.3958 Fax




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