CBN’s non-profit humanitarian organization, Operation Blessing (OB) deployed its U.S. Disaster Relief Team early Sunday morning to assist residents in the path of Hurricane Ida.
Team members departed with an equipment caravan that included a construction trailer, a work order trailer, and several trucks. The caravan drove to the OB warehouse in Bristol, Tennessee, to pre-stage for further deployment after Ida passes.
Please continue to #pray for everyone in the path of #Hurricane #Ida. Pray that everyone is able to evacuate safely and pray for protection for first responders.
Operation Blessing is standing by to provide relief after the storm passes. pic.twitter.com/fWid507Q3M
— Operation Blessing (@operationbless) August 29, 2021
Anthony Lloyd, senior director of U.S. Disaster Relief, and other group members are currently in contact with partners in Houma, LA, Slidell, LA, Baton Rouge, LA, New Orleans, and Galiano, LA, who are expected to be in the storm’s path.
OB is also supplying truckloads of drinking water to relief partners in Mandeville, LA and Cleveland, TX. Additional supplies will be deployed as needed.
For more information about how you can help, visit ob.org.