Stories STORIES Responses Hurricane Maria Hurricane Irma Hurricane Harvey 2017 Community Responses Gatlinburg Fire Hurricane Matthew Louisiana Flood West Virginia Flood Virginia Tornadoes Previous Responses Latest Blog Posts Hurley Homeowners Are Missing Their Homes Ukraine Relief Training for Your Church Kentucky Tornadoes Update Photos from the Field Use these photos for desktop wallpaper, social media sharing or to update your congregation. George (right) and his team accomplished some dirty work in West Virginia after the 2016 floods. Volunteers in North Carolina help a homeowner clear out their garage. Before Hurricane Michael swept through North Carolina, volunteers completed temporary roof repairs on 10 homes in 2 days. We're glad we can count on you! Volunteers took a minute to catch a breath at a home in North Carolina. Everything has to go. Imagine what you would have to remove from your house after a flood? BGAV leaders tour Central Baptist Church with church leaders after the building was damaged in the February 2016 tornado. Driving through North Carolina after Hurricane Florence, this sight was common on every street in affected communities. Volunteers from Virginia suit up to clean up a home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after the 2016 floods. Thomas "Hollywood" Brooks, a DR volunteer, talks with a homeowner in West Virginia as teams clean her home after the 2016 floods. One wheelbarrow after another, volunteers help homeowners clean up after Hurricane Florence in North Carolina. Teamwork makes our work successful! We are grateful for every volunteer who serves in disaster response. A disaster response volunteer explains the cleanup process to homeowners in West Virginia. Steve Collins, BGAV field strategist and pastor in Nickelsville, talks with Bonnie as crews clean her home. A neighbor rescued Bonnie as floodwaters rose during the 2016 flood. It's cleanup time. Volunteers helped homeowners remove damaged wallboard and prepare their homes for rebuilding. Outside a home in Trenton, North Carolina, volunteers helped bring damaged contents to the curb, which meant homeowners had to part with memories in the process.