Hurricane Irma Disaster Response
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Caseworkers received training in the Florida Conference Lakeland offices on January 31 and February 1 where they prepared to help individuals, families and communities who survived Irma devastation.
Photo updates from the Keys. Residents remain hopeful about rebuilding for the future.
Photo updates from recovery efforts underway in Goodland, FL, including a visit from UMNS.
From start to finish, see how this Concord CARES Mission Team from Knoxville, Tenn., finished repairs to a hurricane-damaged roof.
With many displaced Puerto Rican families coming to Orange and Osceola Counties following Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a district disaster coordinator from the Holston Conference drove 600 miles to deliver school kits and supplies to First Kissimmee UMC.
Photos from two volunteer recovery teams--the New York Conference and Youth on a Mission (Nashville, Tenn.)--working in Big Pine Key in January 2018.
The Charleston Wesley Foundation, serving The Citadel, College of Charleston and the Charleston Southern University campuses in South Carolina tackled devastation in Sebring.
A spirit of hope for the future is captured in photos from ongoing efforts to recover from the wreckage left by Hurricane Irma.
Irma recovery staff received training in the Florida Conference Lakeland offices in early November where they prepared to help individuals, families and communities who survived Irma devastation. Christy Smith from United Methodist Committee on Relief led the class.
Amidst the destruction of Irma in the Keys, residents are hopeful about rebuilding for the future.
Photos from an ERT training in November 2017 that focused on helping Spanish-speaking populations affected by Hurricane Irma.