Disaster Volunteers Give Help and Hope to Survivors

Since the Memorial Day tornadoes that rocked several Ohio communities, 2,167 West Ohio volunteers have reported giving 13,893 hours to help with disaster response efforts across the Conference. This includes Early Response Teams, congregations, youth, and community residents who came to churches and disaster sites to help out. And more help is needed! Efforts are currently underway in Trotwood and Logan County, OH, and the needs in the Dayton area are still being assessed to determine how volunteers can best help. Keep up-to-date with West Ohio's disaster response efforts on the Conference web page here.