January 24, 2020
Much of Northwest Harris County woke up early this morning to an enormous explosion in Spring Branch (Gessner south of 290).
The Office of Emergency Management and first responders are making assessments and we will know later today or tomorrow the scope of this disaster.
We are in contact with OEM officials, as well as, with The American Red Cross and The Salvation Army.
When we get a better idea of how our congregations can be of assistance, we will pass it on.
Most likely there will be financial assistance required for immediate unmet needs.
Donate here to the Spring Branch Explosion Relief Fund. 100% of your contributions will go to assist the most vulnerable.
Hope Disaster Recovery is a network of churches, businesses, and organizations united in the single vision of serving those in need following a disaster.
No one church, government agency, business, or organization can respond completely to a disaster alone.
Recovery takes the entire community working together to be prepared to respond during and after disaster strikes.
If your home was affected by Tropical Storm Imelda and your family is in need of muck and gut,
please, complete the survey below.
The information provided will guide in response efforts.
If you have an emergency, please call 911
Information about assistance and resources will be shared when available .
If your home was affected by Tropical Storm Imelda,
please refer to the provided information
about assistance and resources.
Visit 211.texas.org to connect with disaster related information and services.
Dial 2-1-1 or (877) 541-7905
Contact the American Red Cross
You may possibly qualify for some immediate assistance.
Contact Number: 1- (866) 526-8300