Our mission is to expedite response and recovery time for services and supplies after a disaster for affected communities.
As a 501(c)3 we partner with organizations and agencies to address unmet needs after a disaster.
Our primary goal is to streamline efforts, supplies and information for communities by sharing valuable and informative details of major disaster relief activity and participating collaborations with other jurisdictions.
Combining different parts of various groups to help piece the lives of others back together again
MAP LINK BELOW SHOWS PATH OF CURRENT MOVEMENT
For each state listed above we exchange information and provide updates as well as links to other related agencies for quick viewing of their information and news releases.
Red Cross Relief Shelters
"But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him?"
(1 John 3:17)
Coastal NC to TX
100-500 effected individuals/homes
500 -1000 or more effected individuals/homes
1,000 or more effected individuals/homes
Health & Human Services activated 24 hour Disaster Distress
For Hurricane Sally relief effort the following numbers may help For free home debris clean up, call Crisis Clean Up 504-350-0788 For Disaster Relief Legal issues in Florida please call Legal Services of N. Florida 850-385-9007 Unity in Disasters has supported over 17,000 families in the last 12 years and have been responsible for the redistribution of over 1.7 million dollars of in kind disaster relief supplies free to the community. 9/1/2020 Help us Help others
Through the Unity In Disasters fast track referral partnership Under NACC, we have collaborated the distribution of over 25,810 gallons of free milk to families during the month of June.
The Milk program created as a form of Disaster relief from Covid-19 has helped us to help others. In June, our 3 disaster relief ministry partnerships in FL, GA, and NC have supported over 20,000 families. North Atlanta Church of Christ has distributed to 8 smaller non profits and fast tracked 15 additional organizations for distribution sites or direct program services. For July, the scheduled distribution total will be over 55,000 gallons with the addition of three more points of distribution
Thank you NACC ( National Association of Christian Churches)
( COVID -19) Information -3/20/2020
We have provided 1,170 cases of bottled water and 23,040 shelf stable ready to eat meals (1,920 cases). In addition we distributed from our mini supply storage over 750 N95 mask to two nursing homes and two full service family clinics that provide services on a sliding fee scale
Conversating with Atlanta Red Cross Media Relations Director Mr Brown
National Preparedness Month proclamation signing ceremony
Georgia August 14, 2013