Oklahoma Tornado Relief Update: May 24, 2013

Our first day in Oklahoma was a great success. The Poured Out staff is gathering casework, working with local officials, and setting up a site to begin hosting volunteers. Want to keep update to date? Watch our Facebook page, blog, or email us at oklahoma@poured-out.org What to contribute towards the cause? Check our disaster relief […]

Oklahoma Tornado Relief Update: May 22, 2013

In response to the devastating EF5 Moore, Oklahoma Tornado, Poured Out leaves tomorrow (Thursday May 23rd) for a scouting trip to OK. We will be creating a strategy with local authorities, churches, and government entities in order to move forward on the best way to serve those affected by this storm. Poured Out’s equipment will deploy Monday, […]

A First Hand Account Of A Disaster Relief Volunteer:Love In Action

What was I thinking? I almost did not go to New York. I was so tired and burnt out. I really just wanted a week to myself. Little did I know that it would be in New York that God would refresh and restore my soul. Anyone who has traveled on a disaster relief trip […]

8 Reasons You Should Consider Leading A Disaster Recovery Team

Poured Out is mentioned in a recent article posted at LawrenceWilson.com titled “8 Reasons You Should Consider Leading a Disaster Recovery Team“.  His top 8 list is below: 1. It meets a genuine need. These days you can find as many people arguing against short-term mission trips as arguing for them. Critics claim they amount to adventure […]

In The News: Steve Adams Interviewed by Wesleyan.org

Our very own Steve Adams was featured by wesleyan.org. “A former Wesleyan pastor and his team of disaster relief specialists were working in Haiti when Hurricane Sandy hit the impoverished nation, just five days before it hit the United States’ east coast in October.”   Read the full article on Poured Out and Co-Founder Steve Adams

In The News: Poured out featured on TheSevenBillionProject.com

Poured Out was recently featured on The Seven Billion Project website. Read the full article titled POURED OUT: THEY ACT AS QUICK AS SUPERMAN on their site.     

Poured Out Accepting Volunteers for Sandy Relief in NY

Poured Out is currently working in Coney Island, NY, serving churches and individuals who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. We are mucking-out, structurally drying, doing Mold remediation and rebuilding homes and churches. We are also distributing donated goods and supplies to families and churches in the areas where we are working. Poured Out is […]

Hurricane Sandy Relief Update: Inner City Distribution

Rodney Dharry and Troy Young are twenty-something Wesleyans who have decided to leave their homes to help distribute much-needed goods to hundreds of people who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Troy drove from Michigan and Rodney decided to use his time off work (the building is flooded) to help truck and distribute donated goods to […]

Hurricane Sandy Relief Update: Distribution Armory & Late Night Jamaica

As Result of our generous donors and supporters, Poured Out has been able to own several pieces of equipment that help us to better serve people all over the states who have been affected by natural disasters. One of such trucks made it possible for us to travel into the heart of Long Island to pick up […]