disaster relief, it's what we do:
Good Shepherd’s Disaster Relief and Recovery (DRR) program was born in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in the fall of 2012. Since then, the Good Shepherd community has helped support both local and neighboring state disasters by mobilizing our resources quickly to work hand in hand with other volunteer organizations. The real story lies with our community who truly lives the school’s mission of serving with compassion. These important service experiences provide examples of core values so critical in the formation and education of our students.
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To donate, select Disaster Relief & Recovery under Designation:
Good Shepherd DRR is working to support those impacted by the tornadoes in the Midwest. We are keeping everyone in our prayers and want to inform you of one way we’re planning to help:
We have gathered a team to travel to Mayfield, Kentucky to serve hot meals in the midst of clean up for those affected by the storms for the remainder of the week. In previous DRR efforts, serving a hot meal to someone who has been devastated by a natural disaster has made a significant impact and feels like a warm hug during a challenging time.
To provide financial support for Good Shepherd’s DRR efforts, CLICK HERE. On the Give Now page, please select Disaster Relief & Recovery under Designation. To assist in identifying partners who would like to help with this project, please contact Andy Blount at email@example.com.
Good Shepherd is proud of its commitment to serve those in need. Our mission is to inspire children to serve with compassion. That inspiration comes from serving others and also seeing adults dedicate themselves to serving others. Thank you for your support!