Posts Tagged ‘disaster’

Rapid Response Team – Tuesday, April 10th Details

April 8, 2012

Operation Elevation Texas Tornado Disaster Relief

On Tuesday, April 10, 2012, our Rapid Response Teams are continuing to reach out to the communities and families impacted by the recent Texas Tornadoes!

“We are committed to deploying our Rapid Response Teams to serve Texas Tornado Disaster victims – and will continue to do so, as long as the need exists,” said Keith Craft, Senior Pastor.

If you would like to serve on Tuesday, April 10, please CLICK HERE to register.
Here are the details:

  • 8:00amMeet at Elevate Life Church in Conference Room A – you will receive information on how the day will unfold, receive answers to your questions, pray with the team, and then depart.
  • 8:20amDepart for disaster site. Maps and directions will be provided prior to departure.
  • 5:00pmLeave disaster site and head back. (If you cannot stay the entire day, you may depart earlier – just be sure to drive your car to the site.)

You should wear jeans and comfortable, closed-toe shoes (no flip flops or sandals). Bring gloves if you have them. Food and drinks will be provided.

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How you can help? You can make an online donation to Operation Elevation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose goal is to meet benevolent needs both locally and worldwide – including helping families and communities having faced major catastrophic events. Operation Elevation relies on corporate and individual donations, as well as major fundraisers, to fulfill this mission.

Go to Relief.Elevatelife.Com to Give Online

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Texas Tornado Disaster Relief

April 4, 2012

2012 Texas Tornado Disaster Relief Operation Elevation Elevate Life ChurchIn less than 24 hours, the Operation Elevation Rapid Response Team has mobilized in response to the devastation caused by a dozen tornadoes that ripped through the Dallas-Fort Worth area on April 3, 2012. An estimated 650 homes were damaged, leaving many uninhabitable. The greatest concentration of damage was in the suburbs of Arlington, Lancaster, and Forney. Approximately 150 people sought help in shelters overnight. In addition to the tornadoes, the storm produced golf ball size hail that grounded over 400 flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

The Operation Elevation Rapid Response Advance Team is in communication with local emergency management officials to coordinate relief support efforts, which include providing supplies, water, and teams of servant leaders to assist in clean-up efforts.

How you can help? You can make an online donation to Operation Elevation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose goal is to meet benevolent needs both locally and worldwide – including helping families and communities having faced major catastrophic events. Operation Elevation relies on corporate and individual donations, as well as major fundraisers, to fulfill this mission.

Go to Relief.Elevatelife.Com to Give Online

Operation Elevation: Disaster Relief

June 2, 2011

Operation Elevation Disaster Relief

Operation Elevation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal to meet the benevolent needs of those in our community and around the world. Operation Elevation supports agencies that are instrumental in helping families and communities during major catastrophic events such as the recent tornadoes and flooding in the U.S.

Operation Elevation relies on corporate and individual donations as well as major fundraisers to fulfill this mission.  GIVE toward Operation Elevation at give.elevatelife.com