Operation Impact

Residents wade through floodwaters from heavy rains in the Chateau Wein Apartments in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Aug. 12, 2016. Heavy downpours pounded parts of the central U.S. Gulf Coast on Friday, forcing the rescue of dozens of people stranded in homes by waist-high water and leaving one man dead who became trapped by floodwaters. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Residents wade through floodwaters from heavy rains in the Chateau Wein Apartments in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Aug. 12, 2016. Heavy downpours pounded parts of the central U.S. Gulf Coast on Friday, forcing the rescue of dozens of people stranded in homes by waist-high water and leaving one man dead who became trapped by floodwaters. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Imagine in an instant everything you own, being wiped out. Your home, possessions and precious memories, gone. This reality has hit so many in Baton Rouge, Louisiana this year in the wake of disastrous flooding. With over 30,000 people rescued and 110,000 homes destroyed many are grateful to still be alive.
But they are now displaced and need your help. It is our mission at The Impact Network to help those in need and to create opportunities to embetter and empower others.
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We’re asking that you join us in supporting those affected by the Baton Rouge floods. Over the next few months Impact will be supporting these families and individuals through spiritual, financial, economic and emotional support. We ask that you pray for a speedy recovery for the citizens of Baton Rouge and stay tuned and check our website for more updates on the many ways you can empower those in need.
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