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Matthew Relief Continues

Somebody Cares continues to assist chapters and partners laboring in Hurricane Matthew relief on the Southeastern Coast of the U.S. “We are here to serve,” said John Clifton, director of Somebody Cares St. Augustine. “We don’t know what will come from day to day, but we are responding to what God sends us each day–and […]

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Somebody Cares Responds to Hurricane Matthew

Somebody Cares chapters and partners are bringing relief to Hurricane Matthew victims in the Southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean. The death toll from Matthew continues to climb, with the most recent numbers standing at 26 in the U.S. Thousands are still being rescued from floodwaters that came as the hurricane brought up to 15 inches […]

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Hurricane Matthew Update: Oct 6

Haiti: God Answers Prayer Thank you for praying with us for Haiti as Hurricane Matthew raged over the island. The storm pummeled the southwest tip of Haiti causing extensive damage; flooding and some lose of life. That part of the country has been hard to reach so the full needs are still not knows.   Many […]

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Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti: Please pray

Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti this morning with Category 4 winds.  Somebody Cares has partner organizations and churches across the island and we are preparing to respond once the storm passes.  Non-perishable good, shelter, medical supplies, and much more will be urgently needed.  is in contact with several partners in Haiti, all of which are […]

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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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Flooded with Love!

Somebody Cares representative, Mark Roye, has witnessed a new flood in Louisiana, a flood of love! Because of the generosity of partners like Mercury One, Blood-n-Fire San Antonio and Muncie, Daily Bread Ministries, local churches and caring individuals, Somebody Cares has been providing tangible expressions of God’s love through Louisiana’s flooded communities! Here are a […]

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Children Affected by Flooding Blessed in Houston

Somebody Cares continues to respond to this summer’s record floods in Houston. This month we were privileged to bless children affected by the floods in the Cypress and Greenspoint areas with backpacks, school supplies, and Somebody Cares bears so they can begin the school year ready to learn! Parents were so grateful for the help! […]

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Help Those Affected By Historic Flooding in Louisiana

Louisiana, specifically Baton Rouge, is underwater. They are calling it a 500-year flood. Over 20,000 people have been rescued so far and boats continue to search for those still in harms way. Countless others slept on roads and sidewalks last night. Pastor Jonathon Stockstill of Bethany Church wrote, “It is a crisis like I have […]

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Celebrating 20 years of service in Tampa Bay!

Congratulations to Somebody Cares Tampa Bay for 20 years of service! SCTB was the first Somebody Cares America chapter to be founded outside of Houston and now operates in Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco Counties. SCTB meets the needs of these communities in several ways: Food Program: 16 partners receive a pallet of food each month […]

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Ministering to Flood and Tornado Victims In Texas

When record floods hit Southeast Texas in March, Somebody Cares Jasper-Newton Counties jumped into action. A shelter was opened at the First Baptist Church of Kirbyville for 15 days, where residents were also given assistance with personal needs. They then began surveying the community in partnership with area churches and found thousands of homes were […]

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