Texas Baptist Men

Disaster Relief Status: Standby

Breaking News: TBM Prepping To Serve on the East Coast

As we monitor Hurricane Florence, we have begun preparations for departure to serve on the East Coast where we will be needed. Currently, we expect volunteers to head out this week (September 19-21) with recovery trailers for Muck-Out / Mud-Out, and Chainsaw units.

Since there is also flooding in South Texas, we have several Feeding, Shower and Laundry, and Flood Recovery units on standby near the Texas Coast to respond to any need here.  

To help, the current need is for funding for the work and supplies that will be determined once we arrive and begin the work of Disaster Relief. Please donate to "Disaster Relief" at TBMtx.org/donate


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.

TBM mobilizes believers to change the world.


Vice President and Governor Praise Work of Faith Communities

Disaster Relief   Rebuild  

Inside a full sanctuary at First Baptist Church, Rockport today, Vice President Mike Pence and Texas Governor Gregg Abbott thanked and encouraged a crowd of survivors, volunteers, and faith-based non-profits as we commemorate the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey making landfall in South Texas.

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TBM Providing Muck Out in Weslaco

Disaster Relief  

TBM Muck Out teams are helping some of the 6000 families displaced by the flooding in Weslaco and the Rio Grande Valley. Here are two stories of lives you are touching.

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