Help spring tornado survivors
A series of spring tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma has left many communities devastated. One of the tornadoes struck a community in the Granbury area of Texas, where up to 120 homes were damaged or destroyed in a neighborhood that included 60 Habitat for Humanity houses. That’s just one of the areas where Habitat is helping.
Habitat for Humanity mobilized volunteers for cleanup efforts and has begun responding with home repairs and new construction in many affected areas. Your gift today to the Disaster Response Fund can help people affected by these storms and disasters like them.
Donation designated to:
Disaster Response Fund
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