Immediately following Japan’s
devastating earthquake and tsunami, Samaritan’s Purse, along with many
other Christian organizations, were on the ground in freezing
temperatures to help those with little food and clean water and no
electricity. The humanitarian group has already distributed more than 93
tons of emergency supplies, including 10,000 hygiene kits.
You can help too. Here’s how:
- That God would provide supernatural comfort, peace and provision to those suffering.
- For wisdom and strength for volunteers and church partners.
- Via Charisma’s nonprofit partner, Christian Life Missions, where 100 percent of your donation goes to ministries helping those on the ground. Call 407-333-0600 or visit christianlifemissions.com for more info.
- Volunteer with ministries currently working in Japan such as Doug Stringer’s Somebody Cares.