God’s Pit Crew is sending their Immediate Response team to Pond, California, following ongoing floods that are devastating the region. The Immediate Response Coordinator is taking a small leadership team of volunteers to help victims and train volunteers there on how to respond and muck out homes.
The team left the headquarters in Danville on Sunday to travel to Kern County and plans to stay for ten days. They will help by mucking out homes and organizing local volunteers to teach them how to respond to significant flooding disasters.
God’s Pit Crew Immediate Response Coordinator Chris Chiles says, “This area has been hit by recording-breaking rain and snow, causing catastrophic floods. We are praying for everyone impacted. We’re grateful to be able to send a team of volunteers to respond and to train local volunteers how to muck out homes. Thank you to everyone who helps us to provide hope, healing, and restoration to hurting people in their time of need.”