Category: Texas and Oklahoma Disasters

Helping People after Times of Disaster

Water Problems following  Rain

Typical scene following an average rain storm. Steps were taken to route the flow of water away from the foundation and road way prior to our Concrete Project. However, conditions like this still prevented us from receiving Donations and helping Victims until the areas affected became dry enough to prevent getting stuck.

Loading Area

When it rains 1″, our roof produces approximately  5600 gal. of water. This created a major inconvenience when we were receiving donated items or while assisting Disaster Victims. Getting stuck in mud for several days was common. This same mud was as hard as a rock when dry. The On-Property Concrete Project resolved  that problem…
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Processing Area

This is the Entrance for processing all Donations and assistance to approved Victims when the area is dry.

Concrete Construction Project

This is the beginning of our On-Property Concrete Construction Project involving the Driveway Expansion, Foyer, Parking Lot, On-Property Roadways, Ramps to improve accessibility to the building at  any time and the lengthening of the existing Office/Storage Building Foundation by 50 feet for future expansion. This was previously unused land for many years without an entrance…
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