Needs & Relief Efforts
Do you need help or know somebody who does? Report needs by registering at www.crisiscleanup.org. For more information on how you can assist with Hurricane Sally Relief efforts please contact Beth Allen for Local Response Efforts and Rev. Rebecca Rutherford for Regional Relief Efforts at the church office at 251-626-1334. You can also contact Brenda in the Church Office at 251-626-1334 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The office will be “open for drop offs during normal church office hours.
** Need – Local Work Day Volunteers | There is a desperate need for volunteers for local work days | Dates TBD | We will be having community clean up workdays to help out those in our community that need assistance with yard clean up. We welcome individuals and families (including children) to join us pick up sticks and debris, rake, and clean yards. No special skills are needed, however, we do ask those helping to bring rakes and work gloves if they have them. We will meet in the Sanctuary parking lot (6690 Spanish Fort Blvd.) for deployment of small groups to homes mainly in the Eastern Shore area each day.
Please remember to wear closed-toed shoes and bring sunscreen and water to stay hydrated! Pre-registration is NOT required so if you find yourself available, just show up! If you can let us know you are coming, please email email@example.com. Watch our website and social media for future dates. Contact: Beth Allen.
Need – Site Assessment Volunteers
Need – Monetary Donations | If you would like to make a monetary donation through our church:
- Checks – Simply make a check payable to SFUMC and note it for “Hurricane Sally Relief”. You can drop them in the drop box slot by the church office doors or mail them into Spanish Fort United Methodist Church, 6530 Spanish Fort Blvd., Suite D, Spanish Fort, Al 36527.
- Online Giving – You may donate directly online HERE. Please mark the fund as “Missions” and mark the memo line as “Hurricane Sally Relief”.
*These needs are immediate, so your quick response will help us collect resources and deploy people to where they are needed. Thank you for serving your neighbors, your community and your church. Our prayers are with our neighbors and all of those affected as they begin the recovery and relief process.