Operation Compassion begins Relief to Hurricane Michael Survivors

By , October 11, 2018

As Hurricane Michael blew onshore in Florida and on into Georgia, Operation Compassion began formulating a plan to get help to the survivors as quickly as possible. With winds in excess of 155 miles per hour and storm surge between 9 and 12 feet, the immediate coastline was devastated. Hurricane Michael continued its devastation on into Georgia as a category 3 storm throughout yesterday afternoon.

Operation Compassion has begun setting up disaster relief sites across the affected area. The first site is located in Donalsonville, GA. Pastor Phillip Kirkland of the Donalsonville Church is making necessary preparations for 2 semi-trucks loaded with disaster relief supplies and a mobile kitchen from Refuel Ministries. These resources will be delivered tomorrow and will continue as long as necessary.

The second site is located in Bainbridge, GA as Pastor Ryan Carnes and his church will be ready with hot meals provided by Jose Ortega and the National Association of Christian Churches Disaster Services. Disaster relief products and goods will be delivered as soon as possible.

As Operation Compassion is staying in contact with our disaster relief network of partners and will add more sites and deliveries to speed the recovery process across the Florida panhandle and into Georgia and the Carolinas. Our disaster relief partners are also helping to secure whatever products and services can be brought to bear for the survivors of this destructive storm.

As with any disaster, Operation Compassion can use your financial help in meeting the needs of the thousands of people left without homes or businesses in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. It is easy to give online, by phone or through the mail.

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Operation Compassion

114 Stuart Road, NE PMB 370

Cleveland, TN 37312

423.728.3932 Office

423.614.4995 Fax

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