Congregation Contact Information


Disaster Coordinators

Congregational Participation

Please review the descriptions of the opportunities for involvement. Then, check the box next to each of the areas of interest or involvement for your congregation.

Select all options that apply.

Descriptions of Involvement Opportunities:

Drone Force / Damage Assessment - Trained drone operators will assist county officials with real-time situational awareness providing images from which damage assessments can be made.


Sheltering - Operating a Red Cross shelter. 


Compassionate Care / PreDCM - Trained caregivers to provide emotional and spiritual care to survivors, serving as a listening ear and being calming presence. Lay the groundwork for eventual Disaster Case Management..


Laundry - Supporting shelters by helping survivors wash their clothes.


Muck & Gut - Removing damaged contents and sanitizing the home, according to prescribed standards.


Volunteer Coordination - Connecting volunteers with opportunities for service.


Pets - Help families in a shelter to care for their pets (dogs and cats). Providing kennels and food. 


Communication Taskforce - Creating a multi-level, two-way communication platform to address a diversity of communication needs for alerting, recruiting, deploying, and demobilizing response.


Supplies Distribution Center - Regional warehouse to supply congregations and serving as a donation distribution center.


Donations Distribution Center - Distribute essential supplies to survivors and maintaining a database of all survivors for follow-up.


Chainsaw / Clean Up - Trained volunteers who can cut up fallen trees and dispose of debris. 


Medical Support - Assist with non-emergency assistance, picking up prescriptions, or driving to doctors’ office. 


Transportation - Transporting rescued survivors from staging area to shelters via people movers.

For questions or further information contact Godfrey Hubert.  |  281-433-1412