Operation Compassion Updates Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts to the Bahamas

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By , September 5, 2019

During the past two days, Operation Compassion (OC) has busy implementing a plan to help the survivors of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. With the catastrophic nature of the hurricane damage, getting into the devastated areas without interfering with recovery efforts has been daunting.

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Operation Compassion Prepares for Hurricane Dorian Relief

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By , September 3, 2019

The archipelago of the Bahamas consists of approximately 700 islands, islets and cays spread out across 500 miles of the Atlantic Ocean. About 30 of the islands are inhabited and are very low and flat. The highest points rise no more than 50 to 66 feet above sea level.

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Operation Compassion Participates in School Rebuild

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By , August 15, 2019

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Earlier this summer when the Arkansas River crested more than 40 feet out of its banks, towns all

along the river were flooded. One such town was Moffett, OK where every structure was affected by the flood waters. Moffett School, serving pre-k through 8 grade, sustained significant damage.

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Operation Compassion Sends Relief Aid to Israel

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By , July 18, 2019

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Operation Compassion recently sent a 40 foot overseas shipping container to Israel. The people of Israel face many difficult problems on a day to day basis. Throughout the Middle East region political and military unrest is the normal way of life. As with any relief aid Operation Compassion delivers, the only qualification is that there is a need.

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Operation Compassion Continues Dream Center Concept

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By , July 11, 2019

For more than 20 years, Operation Compassion has been looking for ways to reach out to assist individuals and families that have found themselves in difficult circumstances. It doesn’t matter if a disaster caused the immediate need for relief and aid or if it was a result of socio-economic status. When people find themselves searching to provide the basic necessities of life, Operation Compassion has always found a way to provide assistance. Often times this assistance included food, bottled water, clothing and shoes, cleaning supplies and equipment, building supplies of all types and many other types of help.

In 2001, Operation Compassion launched a program in southwestern West Virginia, in the heart of rural Appalachia. This particular area of West Virginia and Kentucky relies heavily upon the coal industry for people’s livelihood and is considered one of the most impoverished areas of the United States.

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