Disaster Response



We are encouraging anyone who can volunteer, contact:

Eight Days of Hope

Visit www.Eightdaysofhope.com to register for Lake Charles relief efforts

Charley Elgin

Contact Coordinator for work in the Golden Triangle: Beaumont, Orange, Port Arthur area

(228) 493-1081, [email protected]


One of the biggest ways we all can be involved with the recovery from disaster, is to pray daily for our families, our community, and our church.


Disaster recovery costs money! All donations are used to provide relief and recovery assistance to individuals, families, non-profits, and churches.


Donation Drop off Locations

Tuesday, 9/01/20        7:00-11:00am  Clear Creek Community Church Office Bldg

Thursday, 9/03/20     5:30-6:30pm   Egret Bay Campus

Roofing Materials:

  • Roof tarps – reinforced, UV resistant, water resistant, minimum 20’x15’ (Not all tarps are waterproof)
  • Lumber: 1X2x8’s OR 2x2x8’s or longer
  • Nails: Button Cap /roofing nails
  • Nails: 2-1/2” galvanized nails
  • Screws: 2-1/2” deck screws Star head

Electrical Supplies:

  • Operational Generators of all sizes
  • Gas Cans – 1 to 5 gallon (must be empty and clean)
  • 4 Cycle Oil for Generators 1 Quart containers
  • Outdoor extension cords – 20 to 50 feet #10 or #12

Household Supplies:

  • Non-perishable (basic) foods
  • Water or beverages that do not require refrigeration
  • Personal hygiene: shampoo, liquid soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, combs, brushes, depends – either individually or in prepared kits.
  • Baby Food/formula
  • Diapers & Wipes
  • Household cleaning supplies / Wipes
  • Heavy Duty Contractor Bags 30 to 50 gallon
  • Duct tape
  • Paper plates
  • Plastic Cups
  • Plastic wear
  • Toilet Paper
  • Paper Towels

Personal Protection

  • Hand sanitizer
  • First aid kits
  • Topical Antibacterial ointment such as Neosporin
  • Waterproof bandages and band aids
  • Face masks
  • Safety glasses
  • Gloves
  • Mosquito repellant

Supplies Not Requested – Do Not Send

  • Clothing
  • Perishable foods
  • Foods requiring refrigeration
  • Prepared foods
  • Furniture

Disaster Response is the initiative of Clear Creek Community Church in response to the recent catastrophic storms and flooding. We believe especially in times like these, the church must rise up and go bold! In the midst of the heartbreak and devastation, we can show God’s love and generosity to the people around us. We can bring Hope into Crisis.



Rescue means simply that: we help rescue those neighbors and friends in crisis.


Relief means shelters are opened and supplies are collected and distributed.


Recovery means we clean up houses and we rebuild, getting our worlds back in order.


We are currently in the urgent Rescue and Relief phases of our response. We do whatever it takes to engage our community’s needs by supporting and loving our neighbors. We show up and serve in homes, we support shelters established by area churches and civil agencies, and we donate supplies to resource those in need.