STEP TWO: From October 1-7, After the Storm urged churches and individuals to come to Detroit to help flood survivors improve the health of their homes. Continue Reading After the Storm hosts volunteer blitz
From October 1-7, After the Storm urges churches and individuals to come to Detroit to help flood survivors improve the health of their homes.
STEP TWO: Veteran-led Team Rubicon amplifies flood relief efforts in Metro Detroit by assisting After the Storm, Michigan’s long-term disaster response and recovery nonprofit. Together, the volunteers did 47 home… Continue Reading After the Storm teams up in flood cleanup in Detroit
Veteran-led Team Rubicon amplifies ongoing flood relief efforts in Metro Detroit by assisting After the Storm with 47 home cleanups.
Michigan disaster relief updates include a final report on the October cleaning kit rally and a call for financial assistance to replace flood-damaged furnaces in Detroit and for volunteers to… Continue Reading Disaster relief updates, furnace needs in Detroit
Cheryl Tipton served as UMCOR case manager and district disaster response coordinator when Detroit suffered flooding over the past six years. UMCOR Sunday lays the foundation for relief and recovery.
Two UMCOR-trained disaster case managers are now engaging with neighbors in Detroit. Funds are being sought for assistance for survivors of flooding in June 2021. Six months later, people suffer.
Torrential rains hit Wayne and Washtenaw counties in late June. Five congregations in Detroit — Resurrection, Second Grace, Trinity Faith, Metropolitan, and Cass Community–are now assessing damage from the flooding.
Bishop David Bard says that Advent is a time to bring goodwill and kindness to life. Gifts to the 2019 Advent Offering will make a difference for those suffering from… Continue Reading New hope after Detroit flood
Michigan is a pleasant place to live. However, it’s good to know that, when the inevitable storms strike, there are leaders ready to provide assistance and hope.