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Port Salut aftermath from Hurricane Matthew

Port Salut aftermath from Hurricane Matthew


October 3, 2016 – Hurricane Matthew – Chainsaw Road Cleanup

I didn’t understand how valuable a chainsaw was until I was the only with one in a town of 20,000 people experiencing the worst storm since decades. We collaborate with the mayor to free the road for better access for ambulance …

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October 6, 2016 – Port Salut – Town Assessment

My town is completely destroyed, my prosthetic leg got broken while trying to escape the flood, but Praise God I am still alive! I am hopping around with one leg, but I have no choice other than keep fighting because the whole town of 20,000 people depend on me for relief. 15,000 of them are completely without shelter. Most of the houses are roofless. Please keep me in your prayers for strength. I can’t find time to sleep, to eat, nor to rest. I am on the road and the phone 100%. Praise God I am currently loading a couple thousands bag of rice and a couple hundreds cans of peanut butter to bring to my people, but that is nothing compare to what I need to sustain these people! Pray, pray, and pray for me!!!


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October 9, 2016 – Ongoing Relief Continues

Our team is tired, but enthusiastic and hard at work distributing food to the community. Our supplies are¬†quickly running out and the population is desperate. It’s about midnight, but I am still 1hr away from my town trying to bring drinkable water to my people.


Hurricane Matthew – ongoing relief


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Thank you everyone for all the support already, it obviously continues to be needed and please continue with your prayers and donations.  You can continue to donate here at the HeartForHome website directly where all funds are reaching the grounds for food and water supplies directly to those who need it!

One Comment

  1. Such a terrible hurricane.
    Ricot just visited us at our fundraising event in Clyde, Alberta, Canada.
    He told us how so many homes were damaged.
    We continue to pray for the recovery and rebuilding.
    God Bless!

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