Volunteer in Disaster ReliefVolunteer in Disaster Relief or Recovery

Be among those first responders who can pack up, form or join a team, and be on site within hours after disaster has struck.  Disaster Relief teams typically are providing hot meals, clean water, a dry place to sleep, child care, immediate clean-up, and other essential needs in the hours and days following a disaster.

  • Habitat for Humanity:  A Christian housing ministry providing homes for low-income families - locally, nationally and globally (volunteer)
  • Red Cross:  A humanitarian relief organization providing compassionate care to those in need. (train) (volunteer)
  • Southern Baptists of Texas:  Trained Disaster Relief Teams provide ministry through feeding, clean-up and recovery, chaplaincy, and communications, operations, shower/laundry and childcare.  (volunteer)  (train
  • Texas Baptist Men:  Trained Disaster Relief Teams composed of both men and women respond to local and global disasters with mobile unites designed for feeding, showers, childcare, clearing debris resulting from flood or fire, and more.  (volunteer)  (train)

Volunteer in Disaster Recovery

Be among those who continue recovery and rebuilding efforts weeks, months, and even years after the immediate effects of the disaster have been alleviated. 

  • Be On Mission:  A missions matching service provided by Texas Baptists.  Search for a mission trip or list a need for others to fill.  Local and global opportunities.
  • Disaster RecoveryTexas Baptists Disaster Recovery office gathers teams and organizes trips to respond over the long term to provide follow up locally and globally.
  • Habitat for Humanity:  A Christian housing ministry providing homes for low-income families - locally, nationally and globally (volunteer)