Providing Aid to Victims of Tornado Devastation
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Providing Aid to Victims of Tornado Devastation


Our thoughts, prayers and support are with the people in the southeast United States as destructive storms and tornadoes devastated numerous communities. Sadly, 45 people have reportedly been killed by these storms; over 20 of them are from North Carolina.

Because of the ongoing support of our friends and partners, Hand of Hope is able to respond to the needs of those affected by the tornadoes and destructive storms that ravaged Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia and North Carolina over the weekend. Hand of Hope is partnering with C3 Church (Cleveland Community Church) in Clayton, NC, and Manna Church in Fayetteville, NC, to provide relief for these affected areas respectively.

C3 Church will be assessing the damage and needs of the people in the area, and they will provide much-needed disaster relief to bring hope, restoration and the love of Christ.

Manna Church is providing meals to victims and relief workers at local shelters, bottled water and snacks to visitors and workers, as well as distributing ice to those without power.

How You Can Help

As victims in the southeast U.S. try to rebuild and restore what was lost, we hope you will join us in praying for quick restoration, comfort for families who lost loved ones and for the safety of those who are working on-site to provide assistance.

We encourage you to donate today and help with disaster relief efforts just like this one. It's because of your prayers and support that we're able to assist when unexpected disasters occur.


Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.