I remember going outside after Wilma passed - fearful of what I would see. Among the debris, I saw neighbors. Neighbors helping neighbors. Neighbors sharing food. Neighbors talking and laughing and lifting. I pray that for the people of Long Island. In times of disaster, people come together. I am sure that's what's happening right now in Long Island.
As I sit here helpless today, not knowing what to do, I thought - I can do something. It's not much, but it is something.
Friends, some of you might be able to help, some can pray, others can share. We can't all do everything, but we can do something.
I know more pictures and more news will pour in today and tomorrow and in the days and weeks to come. I'm hoping for the best, but I've seen the preliminary pictures and video, and it's not good.
I'm grateful for the gentle breeze and low humidity that Joaquin brought to Ft. Lauderdale, FL, but that's about it. In Long Island, family and friends are in the midst of trying to put their lives back together.
For that, they need the gospel. For that, they need the overflowing love of the Rescuer, Jesus. For that they need the help, hearts, and hands of his people.
Here are some specific ways to help if you can:
$20 Water – 5 gallons
$25 1 pair of shoes
$50 Clothing (dress, or pants and shirt)
$75 One school uniform with shoes
$100 Basic kitchen supplies
$110 Gasoline/diesel – 20 gallons
$125 Food – One week’s worth for two people
$150 One roof tarp
$250 Small generator
$500 School room supplies (to get one classroom up and running)
$750 Basic medical supplies for small clinic
$1000 Roof repair
$2000 Roof replacement
Hop over to GoFundMe to give a gift. Anything helps. Prayers are appreciated.