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See how you can be part of CitiIMPACT ‪#‎DisasterRelief‬‬ to ‪#‎WVFlood‬‬ kids…

See how you can be part of CitiIMPACT #‎DisasterRelief to #‎WVFlood kids…

In the early 1990’s, CitiIMPACT began through inner city ministries in West Virginia and has many ties throughout the state. Recent natural disasters in West Virginia really hit home for us. If you feel called to make an impact towards the West Virginia Flood victims and children, CitiIMPACT Ministries is currently recruiting volunteers and putting donations towards gathering cleaning supplies, paper products, and immediate aid for families and those in need there.


Boy – Clendenin, WV (photo credit to Nick Scott)

Even small donations make a BIG impact.


Remember the story of when Jesus broke the bread from a small boy’s lunch to a large crowd and it multiplied so that everyone was fed? That story is alive today. MealMANIA, a great initiative at CitiIMPACT, has handed out 26,000 meals to disaster relief victims. Big thanks to the folks who packed these meals in the past year and that are now serving victims and spreading hope to those who are in need!


Tide Loads of Hope


Tide Loads of Hope is one of CitiIMPACT’s partners. We brought them in and established a large distribution center. Collaboration Partnerships have shipped many large semi trucks of disaster relief aid to multiple counties and cities.


Buckets of Hope


Through Buckets of Hope (pictured above), three semi loads were distributed that included cleaning supplies, paper products, and immediate aid.

How can you make an #impact?

CitiIMPACT is also working to help establish Long Term Recovery Groups through local partnerships.

Teams are needed for clean up and recovery – lf you wish to go with a group to help in West Virginia towards disaster relief, click here.

CitiIMPACT is also taking Donations for shipping of supplies needed. Click this link – Gift cards to hand out (Lowes, Gas, Walmart), if your or your store wants to contribute.


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