Volunteers are needed to respond in short-term and long-term recovery efforts after a disaster. You can serve in many different ways:
General Volunteers – Workers, both skilled and unskilled are needed to serve in disaster response. Immediately after a disaster the work of volunteers may include tree and debris removal, chainsaw work tarping roofs, handing out blankets and helping provide warm meals.
Disaster Response Key Leaders – These volunteer leaders serve as the first responders to an affected site to assess the situation after a disaster. Disaster Response Key Leaders coordinate practical assistance to those affected by natural or man-made disasters. Training provided by MNA Disaster Response.
Site Managers – These volunteer key leaders manage daily relief operations at host sites, coordinating volunteers, supplies, and daily work projects. Site managers usually serve from one week to a month or longer, depending upon their availability.
MNA Disaster Response offers regular training opportunities for volunteers and churches to learn how to prepare for and respond to disasters. This includes assessment of immediate and long-term needs and determination of strategies for relief efforts, such as clean-up and rebuilding.
Churches and presbyteries can host and participate in on-site training led by MNA Disaster Response staff and other experienced leaders. Churches can also prepare to serve as staging sites after a disaster.
You can partner with MNA Disaster Response and become a part of the team!
that the Kingdom of God will grow through this ministry
for God to meet all of the needs of MNA Disaster Response
that more churches and presbyteries will partner with MNA Disaster Response to both prepare for and respond to the inevitable disasters
Participate in a MNA Disaster Response training event for disaster preparedness and response
Register as a disaster response volunteer
When a disaster event occurs, be ready to answer the call!