Latin America

Hurricane Willa Relief

Providing Christian aid to hurricane victims in Mexico

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About This Cause

On October 24th, Hurricane Willa made landfall as a Category 3 storm, ravaging several states in Pacific coastal region of Mexico. Advancing Native Missions’ ministry partner located in the mountains just east of the primary disaster region, Seedtime and Harvest Ministries, reports that several nearby towns experienced widespread damage due to flooding. The damage is exacerbated by the widespread and intense poverty that characterizes the region. Many locals live in circumstances that make them exceptionally vulnerable to natural disasters. For many, basic necessities and recovery resources are scarce and it will be a long time until damaged homes can be repaired.

 

Please consider donating to provide Christian aid to the many lives who have been damaged by this terrible disaster. Donations will be sent to Seedtime and Harvest Ministries who will distribute them to trustworthy local churches in Tuxpan and Tecuala in the Mexican state of Nayarit (one of the states most damaged by the hurricane).

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