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October 15, 2016 | Hurricane Matthew

Press Release:

For immediate release.

Good afternoon from Green Sea, SC.

FAIR BLUFF, October 15, 2016-Field Service Teams are just now returning from a long day of distribution and relief efforts in North and South Carolina. Multiple communities in both states received aid from Hearts With Hands, and it continues by your support. One team, located at a distribution center in Fair Bluff, NC received a visit from North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory while delivering aid. The Governor was gracious to stop by and shake the hands of the volunteers and Field Service Team that was on site. Governor McCrory vowed continued support and relief efforts for the victims and shared that he was praying for all who have been affected.

We covet your continued prayers and support, as we provide the best level of care and support to the affected communities. If you are able to help provide support for the victims of Hurricane Matthew, please log on to heartswithhands.org for secure, online giving. Together we CAN make a difference. Helping each other, one neighbor to another.

In His Service,

Winston B. Parrish

Operations Director

Hearts With Hands

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October 13, 2016 | Hurricane Matthew

October 15, 2016 | Hurricane Matthew

Press Release:

For immediate release.

Good afternoon from Green Sea, SC.

Hearts With Hands has an established and operational contingency on the ground, assisting the victims of Hurricane Matthew. North Carolina and South Carolina are still in a state of emergency as subsequent flooding is still occurring in many areas. Hearts With Hands has delivered thousands of pounds of relief supplies and continue to have a growing need. Field Service Teams have established a distribution center at “Harvest Church” in Green Sea, SC and has quickly become a pivotal point for the entire region. Many roads and highways remain closed or partially blocked, and has made distributing supplies a challenge. We continue to support efforts as long as supplies last, and need your support to continue our work. The need is great, and the devastation is widespread. It will take all of us, bearing the responsibility as neighbors to help one another. Please continue to pray for Hearts With Hands as we try to facilitate every need, of every person affected.

In His Service,

Winston B. Parrish

Operations Director

Hearts With Hands