Flooding has devastated our community. Here is how Relevant is responding and how you can get involved with relief efforts.
Relevant Community Church, St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Elkhorn, St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Gretna, Bethany Lutheran Church, Brookside Church (in the former Community of Grace Location), and Country Bible Church of Blair are excited to announce a partnership with the City of Gretna to provide relief services and volunteer housing to service flood relief efforts in Valley, Waterloo, Ashland and surrounding Nebraska communities.
The strategy of this partnership is three-fold:
Phase One: Help those displaced and living in shelters with materials they need for everyday life.
Phase Two: Assist in the cleanup and restoration process by providing supplies and volunteers.
Phase Three: Provide those directly impacted with basic household items and services that have been lost to assist them as they work to resume normal daily life.
The partnering churches will work to provide volunteers, specific need supplies, meals and necessary support to aid the relief efforts. All supplies collected will be packed into supply & cleanup kits that will be distributed as needed to flood affected areas by Waterloo, Valley and Gretna Fire Departments in the days to come.
How You Can Help
Click the button below to view a list of specific volunteer and donation needs. This list will be updated daily with what is needed and how you can help. Donated items can be dropped off at The Relevant Center before/after Sunday gatherings and Monday-Thursday between 9:00am-5:00pm.
Contact our Director of Impact Ministries, Cory Nelson, at (402) 957-5966 ext. 705 or firstname.lastname@example.org.