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Earthquakes in Italy and Myanmar

Severe earthquakes rocked central Italy (magnitude 6.2) and Myanmar (magnitude 6.8) on Wednesday, Aug 24th. In Italy, first responders are still digging through mountains of rubble to rescue survivors. Outside assistance is slow to reach the communities due to the limited access and on-going aftershocks. Somebody Cares has been in contact with local church partners […]

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Flood relief continues in Southeast Texas, Louisiana

Somebody Cares continues to bring relief to areas of Southeast Texas and Louisiana that were devastated by record-high flooding. Below are reports from our chapters and field reps: Jasper/Newton Counties TX First Baptist Church of Kirbyville TX, facilitators of our Somebody Cares Jasper/Newton Counties chapter, has been hosting a shelter for two weeks and offering […]

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Somebody Cares Brings Aid to Those Affected by Record-Flooding in Southeast Texas

Our Somebody Cares Newton/Jasper Counties chapter is playing a key role in relief work from the devastating floods resulting from torrential rainfall that began last week. With the Sabine River reaching record heights, a mandatory evacuation for everyone living along the river below Bon Wier TX became effective at 7am on Saturday, March 12. Somebody […]

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Somebody Cares Center Reaches Local Community and Beyond

Doug Stringer often teaches there is life beyond the storm. For Vickie and Terry Gaskins, this took on a very real and personal meaning that led them to Denison TX, where they operate Rise To the Time, a Somebody Cares Mobile Outreach Center. Vickie had come on board the Somebody Cares team in Houston as […]

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Help Reaches Quake Victims!

Somebody Cares partners in Nepal have been working hard this week to distribute food, tents and other relief supplies to quake victims.  They have also deployed teams to help remove debris, set up tents, and provide other physical assistance to families grieving the loss of loved ones. Somebody Cares’ partners in Nepal distribute rice, dal, […]

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Anything To Serve

“Anything to serve,” has long been Matt Stevens’ personal motto, and now—as director of Somebody Cares Baltimore—that mindset has become the DNA of the SCB network in that city. In 2013, Somebody Cares Baltimore hosted ServeFest, where more than 130 churches mobilized 4000+ volunteers to complete 190 projects in one day. In addition, the chapter coordinated […]

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Comfort for Orphans

Pressat* clung tight to the Somebody Cares bear on his first ever visit to the dentist. Many of the orphans visited in India by Lisa Stringer and members of a medical mission team from Durango, CO and Houston, TX needed teeth pulled and gums cleaned.  The Somebody Cares bear comforted them through the unfamiliar and […]

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Teddy Bears and More — for Moore, OK!

Kimberly, Della and Scott* were elated to receive new teddy bears! Their home was destroyed by the string of tornados that hit the Moore, OK area in late May.  Pastor Chris Neisent of Somebody Cares partner, Destiny Church Center, and a team of volunteers came upon their family as they took relief into the damaged […]

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Grateful Hearts Need A Shield From The Cold!

  “Thank You!”  Two small words that express hearts full of gratitude.  Sandy victims across the region and so appreciative of the help they are receiving. But a new storm is bearing down on Sandy victims – threatening snow and ice on already devastated communities.  Power in some parts of New York and New Jersey […]

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Sandy Relief Update: The Need is Immense

Reports we are hearing from our Somebody Cares ministry partners on the ground in New York and New Jersey is heartbreaking.  The situation is far worse than we are hearing on National News. We had a report in today that the devastation on Staten Island along was worse than New Orleans after Katrina!  And we are […]

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