We are excited to update you on the 516 Project Disaster Response Team’s efforts in Adamsville, TN. As you may recall, a series of two torndoes caused massive property damage and casualties in Adamsville, leaving homes destroyed and 40% of the county experiencing damage.
Our team has been on the ground since April 10th, and we have made significant progress in serving the families affected by the tornadoes. To date, we have served 13 families and provided over 900 volunteer hours to assist with debris cleanup, tree removal, roof tarping, and more. We are truly living up to our slogan, “Building Access to Hope.”
We had 13 volunteers from 3 different states join us in our efforts. The outpouring of support and generosity has been truly remarkable, and we are so grateful for everyone who has helped us on this response.
We could not have achieved all that we have without your support. Your prayers, volunteering, and generous donations have been instrumental in helping us meet the urgent needs of the Adamsville Community. Your giving has also helped us share the love of Jesus with those who need it most.
If you would like to continue supporting our ministry, please consider making a monthly gift to help us continue building access to hope for those affected by the tornadoes in Tennessee. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization, and your contributions are tax-deductible.
Thank you once again for partnering with us in our mission to build access to hope for those affected by the tornadoes in Tennessee. We are honored to serve alongside you, and we look forward to continuing our work together.