God’s Pit Crew to respond to recent flood events in Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, and Haiti

Southside Virginia News

DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – God’s Pit Crew will be sending supplies and volunteers after devastating floods hit several locations across the country and internationally.

Most recently, the record-breaking flooding took place this past weekend in Waverly, Tennessee. At least 22 lives were lost in flash flooding with dozens more still missing.

God’s Pit Crew will be sending three tractor-trailer loads of supplies to Compassion Church in Waverly to help those dealing with recovering after the flooding. Items being sent include water, Gatorade, snacks and disinfecting wipes, plus Blessing Buckets filled with food, personal hygiene items and a Bible.

They already have sent crews to Tyler, Texas who also experienced flooding. On Tuesday, Aug. 24, crews will repair the Southpoint Church of God that experienced damage from flooding. They will work to repair floors, carpet and a children’s area and sanctuary.

(Images courtesy of Southpoint Church of God).

Also, crews will be working to repair homes damaged by flooding in Canton, North Carolina that occurred with Tropical Storm Fred.

In Haiti, relief efforts are ongoing after a 7.2 earthquake and the effects with Tropical Storm Grace that was hit days after the quake.

God’s Pit Crew sent a tractor-trailer load full of water, Gatorade, food and Blessing Buckets.

For more information about God’s Pit Crew, visit their Facebook page by clicking here.

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