All of our Incident Management Sites are now operational across the state, providing information and mold cleaner to victims of this flooding crisis. The scope of the flooding damage all over Arkansas is enormous. The widespread nature of this disaster has led to some staggering statistics. As of today, Disaster Relief has been deployed 19 days for this crisis, and in that time 272 volunteers have served a total of 3895 volunteer hours. They have provided:
- 578 showers
- 496 loads of laundry
- 30 “tear-out” jobs
- 23 mold remediation jobs
- 17 full flood recovery jobs
- 168 damage assessments
- 605 ministry/chaplaincy contacts
- 67 gospel presentations
There have been 14 professions of faith connected to this work.
We still need and ask for more volunteers! The locations below are where volunteers are needed. Click here to register as a volunteer.
- Fort Smith
- North Little Rock
- Pine Bluff
There is also an emergency training event this weekend that does not require registration in the Little Rock area. Click here for times and locations.
Please continue to pray for those who have survived this flooding crisis, and for our volunteers who are putting in many hours of hard work.
Monetary costs add up quickly in a major disaster like this one. If you feel led to support Disaster Relief financially, click here to give now.