“Crisis”

The situation in Puerto Rico is bad … really bad. The New York Times reports that 84 percent of the island’s residents are STILL without power, while another 37 percent don’t have running water more than three weeks after Hurricane Maria! The newspaper also warns of “a crisis exacerbated by diesel fuel shortages and low supplies of medicine.” Liberty Relief International is responding to this incredible need by helping rush disaster relief to the Caribbean. Please see my previous update below for more information, or click here to help now —Mat.

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October 9, 2017

From the Desk of:
Mat Staver, President
Liberty Relief International

After weathering two major hurricanes in a matter of weeks, millions in the Caribbean are struggling to survive as conditions on some islands worsen. That’s why Liberty Relief International (LRI) has, once again, paused our outreach effort to persecuted Christians in the Middle East to meet an urgent need closer to home.

Click here to help.One of our Christ-centered partners working in the region has sent multiple shipments of relief supplies by air and sea to Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, St. Martin, St. Lucia, Antigua, and Dominica. We are supporting their efforts to provide drinking water, personal-hygiene kits, generators, non-perishable food items, and baby supplies to Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria last month.

Will you help Liberty Relief bring aid to Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands, where hurricane victims face life-and-death challenges? Click here or on the banner below now to support these vital relief efforts with your tax-deductible gift of any amount, as we continue other important outreaches:

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The need is overwhelming, as many are still without running water and power. Ninety percent of Puerto Rico is still without electricity, and it will take months, if not years, to restore the U.S. island territory to full power.


One ministry-relief partner recently shared this message: “If you would like to partner with us in this natural-disaster response, now is the time to give.” So please, support our efforts to help ship additional relief supplies to the Caribbean. For millions, their situation is desperate. Their need is so urgent. “Now” really IS the time to give. Please click here to help now.

I’m encouraged by the number of Christ-centered organizations working on the ground in Puerto Rico and delivering tons of relief aid to Hurricane Maria victims. Please help provide what may make the difference for those on the margin of the relief efforts!

Thank you, in advance, for your support.

Mat

P.S. Your gifts to Liberty Relief are tax-deductible and will help provide urgently needed supplies to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the Caribbean. Millions are without power and clean, running water. Please go here to help now:

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