Texas Baptist Men

Disaster Relief Status: Deployed

Breaking News: TBM meets needs in Southeast Texas after Tropical Depression Imelda

Two TBM feeding units have been activated and will begin serving first responders tonight in the wake of catastrophic flooding in Southeast Texas caused by Tropical Depression Imelda. As many as 10 mud out units will be activated to prepare homes for reconstruction.

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.

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.

How to Help Victims of Hurricane Dorian

General  

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TBM serves free lunch for 1,000 UT Dallas students

General  

As word spread across the University of Texas at Dallas, students filled the center of campus to see if the rumors were true. Could they really get a free fajita lunch?

When the serving line opened for fajitas, rice, beans and side dishes, students jumped in line. Soon they created two lines that remained at least 20 deep…

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TBM delivers tractor-trailer load of water to wildfire first responders

General   Disaster Relief  

TBM is delivering a tractor-trailer load of water to firefighters working around the clock as they battle the more than 8,000-acre Copper Breaks Fire.

The delivery is in response to a request from Texas Emergency Management and will help keep first responders hydrated as they fight the blaze that at one point engrossed…

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TBM Provides Aid in Mozambique

Water Ministry  

The deadly Cyclone Idai that struck Mozambique in March was the worst it has experienced, possibly ever, killing hundreds and displacing almost 600,000 people. Due to the massive flooding, water-borne illnesses like cholera have been spreading at an alarming rate.

Through past relationships due to international disaster…

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