Relief & Deployments

Current Deployments

Hurricane Ida Relief

As the storm rapidly intensifies, Hurricane Ida is projected to be a Category 4 by the time it makes landfall. Wind speeds up to 140 mph and the storm surge of 7 to 15 feet are predicted to bring catastrophic damage to the region.

Deployment Info

Haiti Earthquake Relief

A major earthquake struck western Haiti on Saturday, likely causing high casualties and widespread disaster, the U.S. Geological Survey said, and sending shock waves across the Caribbean, where people fled their homes for fear they might collapse.

Deployment Info

2020 Year in Review

321
Homes Worked On
500
of Urgent Relief Supplies Distributed
73,336
Volunteer Hours
41,590
Meals Served
914
Volunteers Took CRI Online Training

Past Deployments

Hurricane Dorian – Grand Bahama Island – 2021

 

648 Volunteer Hours
Rebuilt entire home via grant

 

Ohatchee, AL Tornado 2021

420 Volunteer Hours
100 Meals Served
4
Homes served

Hurricane Sally Relief

1,224 Volunteer Hours
2,400 Meals Served
9
Homes gutted/tarped/chainsawed

Hurricane Laura Relief

4,572 Volunteer Hours
22,500 Meals Served
150,000 Pounds of Resources Distributed
40,000 Pounds of Ice Distributed
12 Homes gutted/tarped/chainsawed

Michigan Flood Relief

2,400 Volunteer Hours
2,290 Meals Served
13 Homes Cleaned Up

Cleveland Tornado Relief

2,640 Volunteer Hours
1,500 Meals Served
40
Homes Served

Nashville Tornado Relief

2,052 Volunteer hours
10,500 Meals served
300 Homes Served
5,000 N95 Masks donated

Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

25,848 Volunteer Hours
65 Homes Served

Bahamas Hurricane Relief

7,056 Volunteer Hours
8 Homes Served
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Alabama Tornado 2019

408 Volunteer Hours
8 Homes Served

Paradise Cal Fire Jan 2019

9,180 Volunteer Hours

Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria

24,576 Volunteer Hours
52 Homes Served

Hurricane Michael 2018

1,368 Volunteer Hours
36 Pallets of Water Distributed
1,875 Meals Served
5 Homes Served

Hurricane Irma Florida 2017

1,788 Volunteer Hours
15 Home Served
300 Meals Served

Texas Hurricane Harvey

7,188 Volunteer Hours
25 Homes Served
1,200 Meals Served

Deploy With Us!

Do you want to volunteer with CRI on one of our deployments?

WE NEED YOU! However, due to liabilities, continuity of mission, and the safety of those we serve; CRI only deploys volunteers who have taken our Crisis Response Training and completed a background check. This can be completed at one of our live events, or online now in only 10 hours. We can also come train your entire church.

CRI is a 501(c)3, charitable organization that mobilizes relief supplies and workers, mobile kitchens, medical personnel, chaplains, and clean-up teams to assist people who are suffering during disasters and crisis.

We train individuals and churches to meet the unique spiritual, physical, and emotional needs that arise in urgent times of crisis and disaster. After training, volunteers are screened, credentialed, and deployed to response operations around the world. We call our volunteers “Responders.”

We collaborate with first responders, emergency management, local, federal and international governments and churches worldwide in order to bring compassion and share God’s love with victims of crisis and disaster.

As a CRI Responder and a follower of Jesus Christ, you can be part of the solution by bringing God’s love and practical relief to the darkest situations around the world. Get involved today!