Helping Victims of Devastating California Wildfires

Crisis & Disaster Response | 3:23 DR-180802_California_Carr_Fire_Overview_ST_MIX (1).mp4

Samaritan's Purse volunteer teams are helping homeowners recover what remains of their lives and homes in the fire-devastated communities of northern California.

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