GOD’S PIT CREW SENDING SECOND SEMI-LOAD OF RELIEF SUPPLIES TO DEVASTATED TEXAS TOWN FOLLOWING DEADLY TORNADO OUTBREAK
DANVILLE, VA. (June 19, 2023) – As stories of survival and devastation continue to pour out of the small town of Perryton, Texas, God’s Pit Crew is responding again with more relief items for victims of last week’s deadly tornado outbreak.
Following the first load of relief items that left the Danville, Virginia, based God’s Pit Crew headquarters on Saturday, June 17, a second full semi-load of supplies is scheduled to arrive in Texas by Wednesday, June 21. This second haul of relief items will include approximately 64 generators, multiple pallets of Gatorade, and a second-round of Blessing Buckets – which are five-gallon buckets containing non-perishable food, water, hygiene items, first-aid kits, Bibles, and handwritten notes of encouragement.
The supplies will be sent to Grace Creek Church located at 1500 West Hawkins Parkway in Longview, Texas. Volunteers will be onsite to distribute the items to those affected by the catastrophic storm.
With widespread property damage, loss of life, and the threat of more severe weather possibly set to fall upon the already affected Texas panhandle area, God’s Pit Crew President Randy Johnson says the organization is continuing to provide assistance by way of relief supply donations.
“We hurt for all those who have been impacted by this deadly storm, and we are praying for everyone in that area. We are so grateful to be able to provide tractor-trailer loads of supplies and Blessing Buckets to help, and that wouldn’t be possible without the amazing donors and volunteers that support our ministry,” remarked Johnson.
God’s Pit Crew has served disaster victims across the country over the past several months. As the team continues to make plans to rebuild and repair several homes in Pond, California, following horrific flooding earlier this year, other members are hard at work preparing for upcoming home builds scheduled to take place in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, this September. These rebuilds are in response to the devastating tornado outbreak that happened in late March.