Our disaster relief teams are still in Nepal providing emergency shelter, food, clean water, medical care, and meeting other urgent needs for victims of this terrible disaster.
Samaritan's Purse worked alongside Christians in Gangala, Democratic Republic of Congo, whose church was burned by LRA rebels. Watch the celebration!
In 2013, the freezing Yukon River flooded the remote town of Galena, Alaska. Ice the size of cars swept homes off foundations and forced residents to evacuate. Samaritan's Purse responded to the initial disaster, and returned this summer to rebuild homes and bring new hope.
A New Jersey couple receives a new home built by Samaritan's Purse volunteers after Hurricane Sandy devastated their community and destroyed their house. Samaritan's Purse is building and repairing homes in New Jersey that were affected by Hurricane Sandy. This couple is the first to receive a home built from the ground up after the disaster and are continuing to volunteer themselves to help others in the community like them. http://www.samaritanspurse.org
Find out how God is transforming entire communities in Alaska through Samaritan's Purse construction projects.
Watch Nashville disaster survivors express sincerest gratitude as their new homes, built by Samaritan's Purse, are dedicated.
The Johnson City flood in Tennessee may not have hit national news, but that didn't stop Samaritan's Purse from rushing to their aid. Watch as one family chronicles the huge blessing they received when Samaritan's Purse volunteers helped rebuild their house and business.
After tornadoes hit Bertie County, NC, many were left completely homeless. Nine houses were built for families by Samaritan's Purse to help with the aftermath of the disaster. Watch the last houses be dedicated, especially one for a man who's life was completely changed forever by Samaritan's Purse. For more information on how you can help change lives, visit http://www.samaritanspurse.org.
Sandy and her mother, Eleanor, endured many hardships after their home was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. Watch as her home, built by Samaritan's Purse Disaster Relief volunteers, is dedicated in her mother's memory, who unfortunately died before the project's completion.
Samaritan's Purse purchases a gift shop for a church in Nome, Alaska and volunteers transform it into a youth center. This remote Alaskan community has an especially high suicide rate among adolescents.
Nine months after Hurricane Sandy forced them to evacuate, Nancy and her daughter Susan are now able to move back home. Their house was the first to be completed in the Samaritan's Purse rebuild project in New York. Watch as the family discusses how their
Meet Lacy Tasker and her son, Davis. Their house was destroyed in the devastating tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri, two years ago.
A massive tornado that hit in April 2011, followed by flooding from Hurricane Isaac, left Tuscaloosa residents devastated. Three families returned home after two years when Samaritan's Purse gave them the keys to their new houses and dedicated the buildi
The Horton family of Gordo, Alabama became one of the final recipients of Samaritan's Purse's home rebuilding program following a devastating tornado in 2011 followed by flooding in 2012, wrapping up two years of work in the Tuscaloosa area.
In isolated communities of Alaska, Samaritan's Purse is constructing worship centers to support the local church and bring hope to the most remote villages
When many churches were destroyed during Sudan's decades-long civil war, people were left without a place to worship God. But through the work of Samaritan's Purse, 512 churches across the region have been rebuilt to the glory of God.
God receives thanksgiving and praise at a special service to mark the end of a program to restore houses of worship in South Sudan
Watch as Texans are moved to tears by Samaritan's Purse volunteers helping clean up the aftermath of the fertilizer plant explosion in West. Volunteers not only comforted victims, but also shared the love and hope of Jesus Christ.
With the help of Samaritan's Purse, Bertie County disaster victims were able to rebuild their homes and lives, clean up their community and receive a fresh start at life. Watch as one victim moves into her new home.
After initial disaster relief was administered to devastated areas of Tuscaloosa, Samaritan's Purse didn't stop there. Now the focus is on rebuilding the community and family homes.
Meet Stephanie. Her life has been one storm after the other, but nothing blew her away quite like Samaritan's Purse volunteers building her a new house.