Disaster Relief

All Hands Volunteers is a US-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters by engaging and leveraging volunteers, partner organizations, and local communities.

All Hands Volunteers

We aim to demonstrate the power and value of volunteerism through the tangible work done, the hope it brings to suffering communities, and the transformative experiences it provides for volunteers.

The American Disaster Relief Foundation is a charitable organizationfocused on the collection of supplies for disaster relief on a national scale.

American Disaster Relief Foundation

The American Red Cross is where people mobilize to help their neighbors—across the street, across the country, and across the world—in emergencies. Each year, in communities large and small, victims of roughly 70,000 disasters turn to neighbors familiar and new—the more than half a million volunteers and 35,000 employees of the Red Cross.

American Red Cross

Through over 700 locally supported chapters, more than 15 million people gain the skills they need to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their homes, communities and world. Some four million people give blood—the gift of life—through the Red Cross, making it the largest supplier of blood and blood products in the United States. And the Red Cross helps thousands of U.S. service members separated from their families by military duty stay connected. Donate. Give Blood. Advocate. Volunteer. Get trained.

Our mission is to build hope and empower communities affected by armed conflict and severe poverty.

Asia America Initiative

Our goal is to develop programs as sustainable models that can be replicated globally. We believe that peace, security, and respect for human dignity are inseparable.

CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.


We seek a world of hope, tolerance, and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security. We put women and girls in the center because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

Founded in 1933, the International Rescue Committee is a global leader in emergency relief, rehabilitation, protection of human rights, post-conflict development, resettlement services, and advocacy for those uprooted or affected by conflict and oppression.

International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, helping to restore health, safety, education, economic wellbeing and power to people devastated by conflict and disaster.

LeSEA Global Feed The Hungry is a non-profit 501(c)(3) mission organization dedicated to feeding the hungry around the world and providing emergency relief to those in need as a result of famine, drought, flood, war, or other disaster.

LeSEA Global Feed The Hungry

On every Feed The Hungry mission, our goals are to feed those who are hungry, empower the local church, and share the hope that comes through Jesus Christ.

Founded in 1996, the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization based in Ventura, California. Our mission is to strengthen disaster response in America by recruiting rescued dogs and partnering them with firefighters and other first responders to find people buried alive in the wreckage of disasters.

National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

We offer the professionally trained canines and an ongoing program of support and advanced deployment training at no cost to our partner fire departments. And we ensure lifetime care for every dog in our program: once rescued, these dogs never need to be rescued again.

“People have lost their homes, and some have lost everything. We want to go and we want to be there in their time of need, helping them in the Name of Jesus Christ put their lives back together again.” -Franklin Graham.

Samaritan's Purse Disaster Response

Christ-like attitude in which our volunteers served her Texas family meant just as much, if not more, than the manual labor. “The spirit of the Lord’s presence was here today,” she said. “It’s uplifting.” Continue to pray for our volunteers and the Hurricane Harvey survivors they are helping. To find out how you can assist, please visit