Bring someone with you at 9am today for SERVE DAY at every location. We will continue to do demolition on flooded houses, provide meals, and make a difference all across Acadiana. The need is immense, but we’re expecting over 1000 people to show up and serve. Here’s how you can help:
Broussard – (655 Hwy 96, Broussard)
The distribution center is open and still in need of donations, so please continue to bring them to the campus. For a full list of needed items, click the “Items Needed” link below.
Crews are working diligently in the St. Martinville area. Today we will continue to demo homes. Join us for Serve Day today at 9am to help.
Lafayette – (1201 E Broussard Rd, Lafayette)
Teams are still out in the community doing demolition and drying out homes. We will target 50 new homes today alone. Crews have been hard at work bringing hot meals to affected areas. Today we are expecting to deliver another 2800 meals to families all around the Acadiana Area. If you would like to serve in any capacity join us today at 9am for Serve Day.
Midtown – (101 Marie Antoinette Street, Lafayette)
Today, we will be feeding 1,000 people and sending teams to demo and dry out another 30 homes across our region. Our teams are out meeting needs, praying with people, and being the church.
To join in our relief efforts show up today at 9am at our Midtown location for Serve Day.
Opelousas – (619 Creswell Ln, Opelousas)
Teams will be working in flood impacted homes in the Washington Parish area. Also, the donation drop off center located in the old Sav-A-Lot behind Taco Bell on Creswell Lane is up and running. Drop off is available today from 9am-5pm.
Join us today at 9am at the Sav-A-Lot on Creswell Lane for Serve Day.