Breaking News: TBM Mud Out Responds in Two Cities
Recent heavy rains in Weslaco and in the already battered Orange have caused widespread flooding in the two areas and TBM Mud Out Teams are preparing to deploy in both cities.
To stay connected with the Disaster Relief efforts, continue to check the TBM site and follow TBM on social media. To support this Mud Out work, visit tbmtx.org/givenow.
Texans on Mission
TBM goes anywhere to help people recover from natural disasters. We also work proactively on numerous fronts. We travel around Texas collaborating with communities for restorative justice, outdoor excursions, youth activities and leadership training. Around the world we impact lives and communities by providing access to clean water, hygiene training, disaster preparedness, and disaster relief.
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