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  • Convoy of Hope Midwest Flooding Response | Update #2
  • Convoy of Hope Midwest Flooding Response | Update #1
  • Convoy of Hope is sending 80,000 lbs of water to aid those affected by flooding in Nebraska and across the Midwest. Download
  • March 26, 2019 | 8:30 a.m.

    NebraskaIn the wake of historic flooding that has taken place across the Midwest, Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services team has distributed nearly 300,000 pounds of relief supplies to communities still reeling from the disaster. More trucks carrying supplies will be dispatched to the affected areas in the next few days.

    Convoy of Hope is coordinating with partners, churches, and emergency management to distribute the disaster relief supplies in communities that were substantially affected by floodwaters. In addition to relief supplies, Convoy is deploying a 12-member team that will set up debris removal operations in Papillion, Nebraska.

  • March 18, 2019 | 4 p.m.

    NebraskaFresh drinking water continues to be the most pressing concern of the Midwest flooding. Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services team sent another two truckloads of bottled water on Monday — now having sent more than 150,000 pounds of bottled water to be distributed in multiple communities in Nebraska.

    Convoy continues to work with partners to identify the greatest needs of those affected by the flooding.

  • March 16, 2019 | 8 a.m.

    NebraskaFollowing recent storm across the Midwest, numerous communities in Nebraska are experiencing severe flooding, and some water systems have been compromised. Convoy of Hope is currently sending 80,000 lbs. of bottled water to aid those affected.

    The severe flooding in Nebraska and surrounding areas is partially due to the “bomb cyclone” that moved through the Midwest. Heavy rains, snowmelt, and ice jams in the river systems have all contributed to the severity of the flooding. The Convoy of Hope Disaster Services team is coordinating with churches and emergency management officials on how to best coordinate relief.

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  • Jr sutton

    Was wondering if the convoy was involved. Seems like not many news networks deem the flooding important.

  • Julie Mikus NOH

    I have not seen this online, until a friend told me her loved one drove hay there for the livestock. He came all the way from Pittsburgh. We may do a canned food drive to have him drive out again.

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