Apartment Fire Survivor Loses Everything…Finds Hope

 “I need you to grab whatever you can and get out because YOUR BUILDING IS ON FIRE.”  Hildo Garcia was awakened by shouting outside of his apartment on February 1. When he looked out his window, he thought he saw flames. As he started down the steps of his building to investigate, he was met by a […]

Sonora Apartment Fire Update

Austin, Texas, August 25, 2023 – On Saturday, Austin Disaster Relief Network will hold a Survivor Intake Center for people displaced by yesterday’s fire at the Sonora Apartments in North Austin. ADRN volunteers and staff will offer emergency support, including hygiene kits, Survivor Care Kits, Hope Family Thrift Store vouchers for clothing and household items, […]

Sonora Apartment Fire

Austin, Texas, August 24, 2023 – Austin Disaster Relief Network leaders are supporting the American Red Cross response efforts in North Austin after an overnight apartment fire destroyed much of the complex. Early reports indicate that 12 of the 16 units at the Sonora Apartments on Sam Rayburn Drive have been destroyed, with the remaining […]

Parmer Lane Fire

Austin, Texas, August 9, 2023 – The Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) is preparing emergency supplies to support Cedar Park residents impacted by the Parmer Lane Fire yesterday afternoon and overnight. In coordination with the American Red Cross, ADRN plans to take hygiene kits and Hope Family Thrift Store vouchers, and other supplies to evacuated […]

Little Walnut Creek Flood

Austin, Texas, April 28, 2023 – This weekend, Austin Disaster Relief Network volunteers will fan out into the community surrounding Little Walnut Creek in North Austin after receiving reports of flood-damaged homes. On April 20, a line of severe thunderstorms swept through Central Texas, causing many area creeks to overrun their banks. City of Austin […]

Winter Storm Mara Cleanup

Austin, Texas, February 10, 2023 – Volunteer teams from several Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) member churches will head out into their communities this weekend to help clean up fallen trees, branches, and other debris left behind by the winter storm. ADRN has received more than 1,900 requests for help from Greater Austin residents in […]

Winter Storm Mara Cleanup – Williamson Co.

Austin, Texas, February 2, 2023 – Following this week’s winter storm, many Williamson County residents have to deal with fallen trees, branches, and other debris caused by the ice accumulation. Local churches in the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) are now organizing volunteer teams to help people with physical and financial limitations as they clean […]

Winter Storm Mara Cleanup – Bastrop Co.

Austin, Texas, February 2, 2023 – Following this week’s winter storm, many Bastrop County residents have to deal with fallen trees, branches, and other debris caused by the ice accumulation. Local churches in the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) are now organizing volunteer teams to help people with physical and financial limitations as they clean […]

Winter Storm Mara Cleanup – Hays Co.

Austin, Texas, February 2, 2023 – Following this week’s winter storm, many Hays County residents have to deal with fallen trees, branches, and other debris caused by the ice accumulation. Local churches in the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) are now organizing volunteer teams to help people with physical and financial limitations as they clean […]

Winter Storm Mara Response

Austin, Texas, February 7, 2023 – The Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) will join multiple other local organizations at a Multi-Agency Resource Center for residents impacted by last week’s winter storm. ADRN volunteers will be on hand to help those in need to sign up for help with fallen trees, branches, and other storm debris. […]

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