Rapid Hope is often one of very few organizations that remain after the initial shock of disaster. That is why it is so important that we have a large network of volunteers, individuals, organizations, and businesses willing to partner with us when the time arises. We want victims of disaster to know they can depend on Rapid Hope to provide a necessity, not just for a moment, but for many days to come after a devastating event. 


Our Mission

Our mission is to be prepared to go in the first 24 to 48 hours where in the event of a natural disaster providing basic necessities including home cooked hot meals, water, and by uniting and equipping those whose hearts and skills can be utilized to serve others.

People are often left with pain and uncertainty, but real disaster begins at the loss of hope.
— Debbie Day, CEO and Founder, Rapid Hope

A FEW OF THE PLACES Where we've served.

  • Tornado, Greensbury, Kansas, 2007.

  • Tornado, Joplin, Missouri, 2011.

  • Hurricane Sandy, Broad Channel, NY, 2012.

  • Plant explosion, West, Texas, 2013.

  • Tornado, Grandbury, Texas 2013.

  • Floods, Colorado, 2013.

  • Tornados, Moore, Oklahoma, 2013.

  • Hurricane Harvey, Houston, TX, 2017.