Special to the Register & Bee
God’s Pit Crew is continuing to send disaster relief to aid multiple locations and states following several different disasters.
Just last week, God’s Pit Crew sent five tractor-trailers of disaster relief supplies to:
» Houston, Texas, following devastating flooding;
» Dayton, Ohio, following an EF-4 tornado; and
» Arkansas following record-breaking flooding throughout that state.
This week, God’s Pit Crew is planning to send two more tractor-trailer loads of relief to Arkansas.
God’s Pit Crew is working with Operation Compassion, one of the nonprofit’s ministry partners, to send an entire tractor-trailer load of bleach, which is in high demand as people begin to clean-out their damaged homes.
God’s Pit Crew will continue with relief efforts, however, supplies are running low.
“The only way we can continue to help is through the support of our donors,” said Randy Johnson, founder of the Danville-based God’s Pit Crew.
The greatest need is monetary donations, which will allow the crisis response organization to purchase supplies to assemble more Blessing Buckets, as well as entire tractor-trailer loads of bottled water in bulk, and at a better rate. The Blessing Buckets are filled with items like toilet paper, snacks, bottled water and soap.
To make a monetary donation to God’s Pit Crew, visit www.godspitcrew.org/donation and choose the disaster response category in the designation. Donate to the Blessing Bucket Program by visiting www.godspitcrew.org/donation and designating a gift for Blessing Buckets, or visit www.blessingbuckets.org.