ADRN's Coronavirus Response is the greatest deployment of our 11 year history! All resources will be used to ensure the Church of Greater Austin will be supported and volunteers in roles to meet the needs of our region. Give today!
Join our PRAYER HOTLINE Team today! ADRN needs over 200 volunteers to complete our new Prayer Hotline - online training. Help us bring HOPE into crisis and reveal the face of Christ to those in need. Click here to get more info!
Join us in the #CoronavirusChallenge! ADRN is collecting protective equipment for Austin's medical community and healthcare workers to help give life. Click to learn more and join!
DRC Training is for those interested in becoming a representative and main communicator of their church to the ADRN Network. Click here to sign up.
This 7-day, FEMA-backed, course will equip and train you in the essentials of disaster preparedness for your local community. Click here to sign up!
Coming Soon--the National Training Academy (NTA) will equip and empower leaders around the nation and globe to create networks to respond to disasters. Click for more info!
Citywide Church response to coronavirus (COVID-19) this Monday, March 23th, 12PM-1PM Click for more info and livestream!

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Coronavirus Press Release 3/23/20

Austin Disaster Relief Network call on churches and city of Austin to pray for one hour every Monday, indefinitely, starting today, in responxe to COVID-19

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Coronavirus Press Release 3/22/20

In response to the protection gear supply chain shortages for the medical community and healthcare workers throughout greater Austin, the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) is partnering with the City of Austin Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) and Austin Public Health (APH) to facilitate the collection of protective gear from the public.

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A Special Message from Director Daniel Geraci Regarding COVID-19

Executive Director Daniel Geraci shares ADRN's response to COVID-19, as well as what God might be saying to His church regarding the spread of the virus. Read the article to find out how you can walk in peace and be prepared at all times for any disaster.

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Executive Director Daniel Geraci Interviewed on "Exploring the Prophetic" with Shawn Bolz

ADRN Executive Director Daniel Geraci joins Shawn Bolz on "Exploring the Prophetic" podcast. Tune in for stories about how Daniel and ADRN's leadership hear from God before disasters strike, incredible God moments, and the power of prayer when anticipating disaster. Find the full interview wherever you get your podcasts, or click below to listen!

iTunes - Exploring the Prophetic with Daniel Geraci - Season 3, Ep. 19

Austin360 by The Austin American Statesman tells ADRN’s Story

The Austin American Statesman shares the history of ADRN and how the network grew from one clear idea, ten years ago.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Transforming Lives

Did you know ADRN has been called "the most effective church networking organization in the entire USA"? Since we rely almost entirely on volunteers, we owe it all to you! Since 2009, Austin Disaster Relief Network has brought emotional, physical, and spiritual relief to those devastated by fires, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Surviving families continue to be sponsored and lives transformed. Learn more about the impact you've made over the last 10 years with the video below!

Director’s Letter 2020 and Year End Newsletters

Catch up with the latest year-end campaign news below. Take a look at the past year in review, and be on board with ADRN’s Vision for 2020 with the Director’s Letter from Director Daniel Geraci.

Director's Letter, 2020
2019 End of Year Giving
Giving Tuesday, Save the Date
Giving Tuesday, One Day Away
Dec 10, 2019 -- When a Vision Becomes a Reality
Dec 16, 2019 -- Because of Love

ADRN Responds to Tropical Depression Imelda

In response to the devastation caused by Tropical Depression Imelda in Beaumont, TX, where about 5,000 homes were impacted by flooding, the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) deployed teams of ADRN-badged and trained volunteers (aka “yellow shirts”) to provide residents with emotional and spiritual support. ADRN is working with the City of Beaumont to ensure that every impacted home receives assistance throughout the course of this 14-day deployment.


ADRN Responds to Hurricane Dorian

In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) is mobilizing the Greater Austin community and its network of churches to donate disaster relief supplies and funds for survivors impacted.


Two Years After Hurricane Harvey

In August 2017, ADRN responded to the needs of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, one of the costliest and most devasting hurricanes to hit the Texas coast. The outpouring of love and support by ATX-based churches, volunteers and businesses was overwhelming. Click below to see how we’ve been able to continue serving those impacted by Hurricane Harvey over the last two years.


How You Can Train to Be #IAMReady

Austin Disaster Relief Network trains churches and individual volunteers in advance to be ready to provide critical assistance in times of disaster, great or small. Courses are offered in several areas of support: physical response, emotional/spritual response, spritual development and leadership. Most courses are free to attend if you are an ADRN badged volunteer (completed Orientation). Spiritual Development courses are LIVE streamed to provide optional ways to join classes offered on Tuesday nights. Each area of training provides essential knowledge to equip course attendees with response tools to help survivors in trauma, to assist those impacted by disaster, or to emotionally respond to neighbors or individuals. Courses are offered in various locations of Greater Austin at various churches on the network. View our Calendar or Training page to learn more on you can train to be #IAMReady today.


Are You Looking for a Job? We Are Hiring.

Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) is hiring and in need of your help to fill several key positions. We are looking for individuals to join us in our growth as we continue to support the needs of survivors and advance our local response to small incidents like apartment fires. Consider joining our team today. Work in a spirit filled environment that finds joy in meeting the daily needs of others. Paid positions as well as volunteer staff positions are available in various departments. Interested? View job listings below.