as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.  

Gal 6:10 (ESV)

OUR DONATIONS TO HOSPITALS, POLICE, FIRE DEPARTMENTS, AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDERS

8,980 Masks and 2,050 Pairs of gloves given so far....


Over the past two days we’ve been blessed to be able to provide FIVE Fire Departments, TWO Police Departments, ONE Hospital, ONE Patient Transport company and ONE at risk family with masks and gloves.

 

We will be delivering more today (March 25, 2020).

 

We are also providing supplies to families in need.

 

As always, we ask that you keep everyone affected by this disease in your prayers.

 

And of course, we need financial help in order to continue doing our part to help.

Donations can be made through this website or by mail to: 
Churches of Christ Disaster Response Team
9285 S. State Route 202

Tipp City, OH  45371

We appreciate you!

If you desire more information please contact us at 937-308-7593.

PATTERNS FOR MASKS

We have available to you a couple of face mask patterns, should you wish to make some for yourself and your loved ones.  Please stay safe, and we look forward to seeing all of you once this is all over.

https://smartairfilters.com/en/blog/best-materials-make-diy-face-mask-virus/

Double-layer of dish-towels the equivalent of n95.

https://www.craftpassion.com/wp-json/mv-create/v1/creations/19/print

AMAZON SMILE

ANOTHER WAY TO HELP US HELP OTHERS

Don't forget that you can start your amazon shopping by going to smile.amazon.com each time you place an order.  The first time you visit you will need to select Churches of Christ Disaster Response Team (by typing it in and then it should pop up) as your charity to donate to.  After that, each time you shop on Amazon be sure to enter by going to smile.amazon.com.  It does not cost you anything extra...how much you spend on your shopping is entirely up to you...but a percentage will be donated to us. That will greatly benefit the people that we help after natural disasters occur. Thank you.

COOKEVILLE, TN

After much prayer, many discussions and due to DRT bringing so many volunteers from all over the U.S. into the Lebanon/Cookeville areas we have decided to abide by the recommendations of government officials and suspend our efforts for a couple of weeks.


Many of our volunteers as well as homeowners we work with are over the age of 60 and we in no way want to be a hindrance to these communities by the possibility of bringing in or the spreading of the Coronavirus.


We appreciate all of you that have worked with us in these areas and we ask that you please continue to pray as well as plan to come and help as soon as our efforts resume.
THE BRIGHT SIDE IS.... This will also allow time for the City of Cookeville to pick up the many piles on the side of the road and we’ll be able to get right to work when we resume.

COOKEVILLE, TN

DRT will be setting up and working with the Collegeside Church of Christ in Cookeville, TN.

We will begin accepting volunteers today, March 18, 2020.  The city of Cookeville really needs your help.  Please come and volunteer your time if at all possible.

As always, we ask you to keep everyone affected in your prayers.


Donations can continue to be made through this website or by mail to: 
Churches of Christ Disaster Response Team
9285 S. State Route 202

Tipp City, OH  45371


We appreciate you!

If you desire more information please contact us at 937-308-7593.

Ongoing work at the DRT Warehouse

DRT is currently only working at the DRT Warehouse in Tipp City, OH.  Please make sure each person in your group registers on our website.  Please select DRT Warehouse for your work location.

 

If you are not able to come and help physically, please pray about helping us financially.


Donations can be made through this website or by mail to: 
Churches of Christ Disaster Response Team
9285 S. State Route 202

Tipp City, OH  45371


We appreciate you!

If you desire more information please contact us at 937-308-7593.

DRT VIDEO
Please take moment to watch this video about DRT.

ABOUT DRT

The Disaster Response Team is immediately available to the local congregation(s) in the disaster stricken area. The purpose of the Disaster Response Team is to aid the local congregation in recruiting and receiving volunteers to assist with the emotional and spiritual needs of the disaster victims and to assist them in the clean-up and rebuilding stage.

NEED ASSISTANCE​​

 

 If you find yourself in the midst of a disaster, please call the Disaster Response Team at 937-308-7593.  We want very much to be of service to God by serving you!

Acts 10:38

Jesus...who went about doing good...

Titus 3:14

 

Our people must learn to devote themselves to doing what is good... 

 

DONATE

 

  DRT’s efforts are possible through financial donations from churches and individuals from across the globe and by the wonderful volunteers who work with DRT.  DRT is in need of more volunteers as well as funding.  We guarantee that your tax deductible donation will be put to very good use helping survivors of disasters with physical, emotional and spiritual help and guidance.

 

 

~DRT Year In Review~2018
We are SO thankful to all of you for the prayers, donations and labor that you’ve provided for the many families affected by disaster this year! We started the year continuing our work in Portland, Wharton, Beaumont and Orange, Texas. The remainder of the year took us to Weslaco, Texas; Marshalltown, Iowa; and Wilmington and New Bern, NC. We close out the year still working in Panama City, Florida. 
While many of us are on the road, our “behind the scene” crews continue with maintenance and repair of tools and equipment, etc back at our warehouses in Ohio. We’re also very thankful for the congregations that helped us purchase a (much needed) new shower trailer and new laundry trailer this year! 
2018 has been a very busy year but we’ve been so blessed to have the opportunity to reach out to thousands of families affected by disaster, giving them hope and showing them Gods Love for them.

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