PAR volunteers: we are currently in Standby Status. We are in contact with our national partners. As the flood waters recede, they are sending assessment teams to eastern Kentucky to determine if outside assistance is needed with the cleanup. For planning purposes, if we do send a team and you can participate,...

Depending on volunteer availability, our immediate windows of opportunity for deployments to Mayfield, Kentucky, will be: Between Tuesday, Dec 14 -¬†Wednesday, Dec 22 Between Sunday, Dec 26 -¬†Thursday, Dec 30   You do not need to stay an entire week, especially if you have your own transportation. Overnight lodging, food, showers, etc., will...

There will be NO monthly meeting in October due to a service opportunity instead. While one PAR team is currently deployed in New Orleans, we have another great opportunity to serve locally this Thursday and Friday afternoon. A family near Elkmont needs our help with flood damage. Here are our plans: Oct...

We are preparing to send disaster relief teams to Louisiana after our golf tournament on September 24 is over. We won't send a team this weekend, even though our Colorado team is now home, due to potential bad weather from Tropical Storm Nicholas impacting relief efforts. If you are available to help...

Can you respond to the deadly flood in Waverly, Tennessee? Due to our upcoming Colorado deployment, we won't be organizing a PAR-specific group for Tennessee. However, we are encouraging our PAR volunteers to work with Eight Day of Hope (EDOH) instead, one of our faithful partners in disaster relief. You can sign up...

We still have room for more volunteers. If you're interested in helping cut fire-damaged trees in the Fort Collins, Colorado area, please let Ronald Jennings know asap. This will be the first major work done to prevent flooding and remove dangerous trees since the fire. We can have a major impact...