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What You Missed This Weekend: Severe Weather Responses

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Convoy Provides Essential Supplies After Tornadoes in Texas

A severe weather system swept across southern Texas last Tuesday, producing strong tornadoes in multiple areas. Convoy of Hope has been in contact with multiple church partners and community leaders in Pasadena, which was badly damaged. A team from Convoy was dispatched last week with a load of essential resources, including food, water, tarps, totes, hygiene kits, and more. Resources were distributed in both Pasadena and Deer Park, Texas. 

Convoy Partners With Local Churches in Georgia After Tornadoes

Last weekend, a severe thunderstorm produced a tornado that impacted several counties in southern Georgia. Convoy of Hope responded by distributing tarps, totes, hygiene items, and other cleanup supplies.

Ongoing Relief Efforts in California After Torrential Rain & Snow

Massive amounts of rain via atmospheric rivers pummeled California in the first two weeks of January. Since Christmas, 32 trillion gallons of rain and snow have fallen in the state. Even when the rain slows down, flooding, mudslides, and landslides often follow. Many California residents have already faced displacements, and more are likely to follow. 

Convoy of Hope sent a load of cleaning supplies and food. These essential supplies will be used in ongoing relief efforts in the area.


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