Thank you for your continued prayers and support for ECHO and its Florida staff. We continue to thank God for keeping us safe as we continue the cleanup operation. Many of you have reached out to let us know that you are praying for and thinking about the team, which makes us so incredibly grateful.
We continue to remember and ask you to pray for and help those who suffered much more than ECHO — those who were affected by Ian’s broad path of devastation. We are also reminded of the poor and vulnerable around the world for whom hurricanes, drought, famine and floods are increasingly common and severe.
We will continue
the cleanup work as
we are in a race against time to get the
farm in shape for our ECHO International
Conference in November. We are trying
to get back up and running as soon as
possible to deliver the services that our
partners need and deserve.
We press on in hope and confidence
that we will get through this together
and continue the global work of ECHO
to empower the undernourished with
sustainable hunger solutions.
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