Breaking News: TBM meets needs in Southeast Texas after Tropical Depression Imelda
TBM is serving individuals and families affected by Tropical Depression Imelda, delivering help, hope and healing in the midst of heartbreak. Teams of TBM volunteers currently are cleaning out homes and disinfecting areas to prepare them for reconstruction. While they work, volunteers are visiting with homeowners and helping them process what they've experienced.
Please pray for those affected by Tropical Depression Imelda as well as the volunteers who are delivering help, hope and healing in this time of need. To support this effort, visit www.tbmtx.org/donate.
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