When tragedy strikes, the Eight Days of Hope community comes together to share in something greater than itself. We lean into the calling of God and are blessed to help build up the Kingdom of God. It is our desire that through our ministries, we can spread restoration and new beginnings that rebuild not only structures and homes, but also the hope for each community and person recovering from unthinkable disaster.
I wanted to say thank you. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Our family was impacted by Hurricane Ian. Your team arrived when we were so vulnerable and gave us hope. Made us feel loved and cared about. They kept my kids and I and my dog smiling – provided hope when we had none. They are truly miracle workers. They brought life to an area that was devastated and smiled through it all. We cannot thank you enough for what you are doing for our family and community and the state.
– The Jacewitz Family, Hurricane Ian Victims
Your group came and helped us out so much yesterday in Mandeville, Louisiana and came back today to help my neighbor with his situation. You guys are truly doing the Lord’s work, can’t thank you enough. God bless you all.
– Mindy, Hurricane Ida Victim
Thank you, Eight Days of Hope, for bringing Waverly helping hands, prayerful blessings and so much hope! You helped move us on the long road of recovery. Please visit us again in a few months under happier circumstances!
– Margaret, Waverly Flood Victim
Eight Days of Hope has been a true friend to the people of South Carolina. They came to us wanting to help when we experienced the devastating floods of 2015, and they worked tirelessly to get people back in their homes. When people were unable to return to their communities following Hurricane Matthew, they were among the first groups removing debris and clearing the roads to ensure safe travel. We could not be more thankful for the compassion of Steve Tybor and the rest of the team at Eight Days of Hope, and we will always consider them to be a part of Team South Carolina.
– Nikki Haley, Former Governor of South Carolina
Eight Days of Hope is awesome. They are beautiful people helping so many in need. I am from Jennings, LA, and they stayed at Our Saviors church in Jennings for the hurricanes last year and can’t say enough about how amazing they are. We love you Eight Days of Hope, and we love all the awesome people that need help. May you all have a blessed day! There is light at the end of the tunnel!
– Annette, Hurricane Delta Victim
We are proud to have people, partners, and love ready to help those who are affected by natural disasters. Get in touch with us if your community is facing a disaster so we can see how to best offer assistance!
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To date, we’ve had roughly 55,000 volunteers come from across the globe to spread God’s joy and serve His people. If you have a willing heart, regardless of age or skill level, click below to join the Eight Days of Hope family today!