Disaster Recovery Events

Eight Days of Hope was meant to be a one-time visit to the Gulf Coast with a handful of people after Hurricane Katrina. God has allowed this ministry to blossom into so much more! On several different occasions, thousands of volunteers have ministered to people’s needs after Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Irene, Isaac, the floods in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Nashville, Tennessee, Black River South Carolina and the tornadoes in Northeast Mississippi and Northwest Alabama. Eight Days of Hope has one goal: Love and Serve those in need!

 

 

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140,000 homes flooded in Louisiana in August, 2016

Jun 04, 2017 - Jun 11, 2017

 Lafayette, Louisiana

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A thousand year flood damages thousands of homes in South Carolina!

Oct 08, 2016 - Oct 15, 2016

 Black River, SC

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On April 28, 2014, over 700 homes suffered damage when a tornado ripped through Tupelo, MS.

Jul 12, 2014 - Jul 19, 2014

 Tupelo, MS

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Following Hurricane Isaac's landfall, more than 2,500 volunteers brought hope to victims on the Louisiana coast.

Mar 09, 2013 - Mar 16, 2013

 LaPlace, LA

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Over 2,203 volunteers traveled to North Carolina to repair and rebuild homes for the victims of Hurricane Irene.

May 26, 2012 - Jun 02, 2012

 Pamlico County, NC

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When a 200 mph tornado destroyed areas of MS and AL, 1,858 volunteers from 43 states helped rebuild 70 homes and two churches.

Oct 29, 2011 - Nov 05, 2011

 Smithville, MS / Hackleburg, AL

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Record rainfall caused major flooding in TN! 1,603 volunteers worked on 200 projects in Nashville to repair homes for flood victims.

Nov 20, 2010 - Nov 27, 2010

 Nashville, TN

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A major flood hit downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Eight Days of Hope was ready to respond!

Oct 25, 2008 - Nov 01, 2008

 Cedar Rapids, IA

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One last time! Bay St. Louis and Waveland, Ms. had become our second home!

Dec 29, 2007 - Jan 05, 2008

 Bay St Louis / Waveland, MS

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1,277 volunteers from 42 different states helped repair damages caused by Hurricane Rita.

May 26, 2007 - Jun 02, 2007

 Lake Charles, LA

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After two events on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, we had built good relationships with the local communities and were invited back a third time!

Dec 15, 2006 - Dec 22, 2006

 Bay St Louis / Waveland, MS

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Eight Days of Hope was supposed to be a one time event. However, after our first mission to the Gulf Coast we just knew we had to go back!

May 28, 2006 - Jun 03, 2006

 Bay St Louis / Waveland, MS

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Hurricane Katrina was the largest and most destructive hurricane in American history to date.

Dec 10, 2005 - Dec 18, 2005

 Bay St Louis / Waveland, MS

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