Hurricane Harvey

Relief Donations

We thank you for your desire to “Make a Difference” as a response to Hurricane Harvey. Thousands of people are currently struggling and we have the opportunity to bring hope and healing. Below are needs we encourage you to donate to those who have been affected by this storm. You can drop off your donation to any one of our three locations. We are also accepting monetary donations online and in our stores.

Disaster Relief Disaster Relief Training Manuals

Flood Bucket needs:

  • Bucket/Container- Place items below in the container. The container is also used for recovering items in the home.
  • Latex and work gloves
  • Dust mask
  • Duct tape or heavy masking tape
  • Hand Soap/Germ-x
  • Measuring tape
  • Flashlight
  • Batteries for flashlight
  • Utility Knife/Box cutter
  • Chalk line- used to mudout home
  • First Aid ointment
  • Band-aids
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Clorox
  • Wash cloths
  • Safety Glasses/Goggles
  • Ziplock bags
  • Laundry detergent
  • Underwear and Socks

Other Disaster Needs:

  • Styrofoam cups
  • Snack food
  • Water, Gatorade, Powerade, etc
  • Toilet Paper
  • Paper Plates
  • Hand Wipes
  • Bug Spray and Sunscreen

Rolling Hills

Disaster Relief History

In 1998 Rolling Hills became the disaster relief coordinating agency for the Louisiana Baptist Convention in North Central Louisiana. This work is done in cooperation with the North American Mission Board. Since that time, the ministry has trained over 1,000 disaster relief volunteers. Rolling Hills Ministries has several units in its disaster fleet including a mobile feeding unit that can produce 25,000 meals per day. In 2002, volunteers with the Rolling Hills’ Feeding Unit responded to Houma, LA and produced 101,000 meals. After September 11, 2001 Rolling Hills sent five teams to work in New York City. In 2004, Rolling Hills’ Feeding Unit was activated to Alabama and Florida. During that activation over 75,000 meals were prepared. As a result of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 more than 226,000 meals were produced on the Rolling Hills Unit. We were activated to Lafayette and Sulfur following Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. During this six week activation over 95,000 meals were produced. In 2009 the ministry added two more units to its disaster fleet including a 40 KW Generator and a shower trailer.

Disaster Relief Experience

  • 1998- Hurricane George
  • 1999- Benton Tornado
  • 1999- Mulhall Tornado
  • 2001- Tropical Storm Allison
  • 2001- Ground Zero, New York
  • 2002- T.S. Isidore
  • 2002- Hurricane Lili
  • 2004- Hurricane Charley
  • 2004- Hurricane Francis
  • 2004- Hurricane Ivan
  • 2004- Hurricane Jeanne
  • 2000- Castor Tornado
  • 2005- Hurricane Dennis
  • 2005- Hurricane Katrina & Emily
  • 2005- Hurricane Rita
  • 2005- Hurricane Wilma
  • 2005- Fryeburg Tornado
  • 2007- Missouri Ice Storm
  • 2007- Choudrant Train Derailment
  • 2008- Hurricane Gustav
  • 2008- Macon, GA Tornado
  • 2008- Hurricane Ike
  • 2008- Iowa Floods
  • 2009- Dodson Tornado
  • 2012- N. Louisiana Tornado Storms
  • 2012- Hurricane Issac
  • 2014- Monroe Tornado
  • 2015- Caddo/Bossier Parish Tornados
  • 2015- Red River Flooding
  • 2016- North Louisiana Flood
  • 2016- South Louisiana Flood

Disaster Relief Equipment

  • 40K Diesel Generator
  • 2 Feeding Trailers
  • 3 Shower Trailers
  • 2 Laundry Trailers
  • 18 ft. BigTex Trailer
  • Bobcat Forklift
  • John Deere Tractor w/ grapple
  • Dodge 3500
  • GMC 3500

View our gallery of disaster relief images and see how your gifts and contributions have helped make a difference in lives who have been affected by unforseen events.

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