Tornado Season is Here!
This weekend tornadoes pounded Oklahoma, Iowa, and Arkansas, killing 16 people and leaving hundreds homeless. And more storms are on their way.
These devastating storms remind us that tornado season is in full swing. Tornado season is typically March through the end of May in what is referred to as Tornado Alley. During these months, Mission U-Too is on high alert and ready to get on the road at moment’s notice to provide some relief to people displaced by these disasters.
This weekend’s event is no different. Mission U-Too is packing up a team and will be heading up to Mayflower, Arkansas, one of the towns that were the hardest hit, this evening.
Thankfully we are prepared for this disaster. But as tornado season continues on and with hurricane season around the corner, we need your help to be prepared for whatever disaster may strike next.
We need prayers for safety, provision, and for the people devastated by these disasters. And we also need financial donations that we can rely on when we have to move quickly in a time of disaster.
Can you partner with us and help Mission U-Too prepare to provide disaster relief by giving a gift today? Any amount you can give, whether it is $10, $100, or $1,000, will help us be prepared and quickly serve devastated communities across our nation.
We also appreciate you keeping our team leaving for Arkansas in your prayers this week. They will be serving food to many hurting people directly affected by these storms. Pray for safety and for comfort for those who have lost their homes and maybe even a loved one.
Again, we are so thankful for you, our Mission U-Too family, and for your support in our weekly communities and in times of disaster. We know God will show up big.
To make a donation today, simply click the button below and designate your gift to disaster relief. Thank you so much for your support, now and in times when disaster strikes.
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