Churches of Greater Austin Bringing Hope Into Crisis
We are a trained network of churches offering physical, emotional, and spiritual support to disaster survivors to meet short and long-term needs. By serving our communities in times of crisis, we offer the transforming hope of Jesus Christ.
The Pucketts Move Back In
“We love our new home, but our family getting fixed supersedes all that. We went from hopelessness to hopeful, to wanting to be a light for others,” Joey said. This December, the Pucketts are making plans for their first Christmas in their new home and sharing it with friends and family.
Hope Family Thrift Store #2
Volunteers worked hard to get our second Hope Family Thrift Store (HFTS) location at 13801 Burnet Road in Austin ready to open this fall.
The Restoring Grace of Christ
Before the sun came up on November 14, Angelina Rodriguez sensed something wasn’t right. She grabbed her phone to look at the video from the cameras installed outside her family’s mobile home in Lockhart. A heavy fog covered the lens. She looked again. What she thought was fog was smoke!
In and out of disaster response, Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) serves those in need. With the help of volunteers working alongside our efforts (Community Volunteer or ADRN Volunteer), survivors and those in crisis are able to receive relief through the compassion at the heart of EVERY volunteer serving within our organization.
Interested in launching a Disaster Relief Network in your city?
Are the churches in your community ready to take the first step toward real solutions for preparedness? Whether seeking to launch a network in your city or considering adding disaster response to an existing organization, National Training Academy is the perfect program to help you become a key leader in disaster relief solutions in your community.