“I had been so stressed and worried about the money for my rent,” wrote Tunisia, one of the many people in Houston who now know Somebody Cares in the midst of the pandemic. “The extra money we had coming in was cut short due to my daughter’s hours getting cut short. Now we don’t have […]
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When Doug Stringer received a call to help the Navajo Nation during this terrible pandemic, he knew it was Providential. The Navajo Nation is home of the largest Native American tribe, sprawling across 27,000 square miles in Arizona, New, Mexico, and Utah. Over 250,000 Navajos live both in and out of this territory. On May […]
Somebody Cares America has distributed nearly 100 thousand N95 masks to hospitals, medical ministries, police departments, and fire departments in Texas, California, Virginia, and other locations, along with meeting other needs. In addition, SCA is sending gift cards and masks to the Navajo nation in New Mexico. The Navajo Nation in New Mexico and Arizona is […]
Somebody Cares responds to needs of more medical professionals, clinics, hospitals and nursing homes, and other first responders…in Houston and other cities and states.
In response to a plea from the White House for donations of supplies to hospitals, clinics, and other medical providers, Somebody Cares America/International has distributed thousands of N95 masks, normally used by SCA for wildfires and relief efforts involving mold from flooding. Recipients include medical relief ministries in Texas and California; various medical practitioners and […]