Help Homeowners Recover from Hurricane Michael

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When a team of Samaritan’s Purse volunteers show up, they are igniters of hope.—Pastor Luther Stanford

Samaritan’s Purse is grateful that morning show host Preston Scott has chosen to celebrate his 4,000th show by assisting in our Hurricane Michael relief efforts. We are grateful to iHeart Radio and listeners like you for your support.

…Samaritan’s Purse is still here. Still helping. So thank you from myself and everyone here in Panama City.”—Martha Brown

When Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle in October 2018 with 155 mph winds, many homes became uninhabitable due to wind and water damage and resulting mold.

Samaritan’s Purse responded by sending teams of volunteers to patch roofs, haul out debris and damaged belongings, and remove trees toppled by the storm—all in Jesus’ Name.

“When a team of Samaritan’s Purse volunteers show up, they are igniters of hope,” said Pastor Luther Stanford of City Church at Northside, our base of operations in Panama City, Florida. “People go from despair to hope in a matter of a few hours.”

So far, more than 104,000 volunteer hours have been invested in over 1,300 Hurricane Michael-damaged homes in Florida alone. Samaritan’s Purse will continue to serve hundreds of Panama City-area homeowners in the weeks to come.

“The Red Cross, The Salvation Army, FEMA, and most all other organizations who came to help have gone home,” noted resident Martha Brown on Franklin Graham’s Facebook page. “But Samaritan’s Purse is still here. Still helping. So thank you [from] myself and everyone here in Panama City.”

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