One Team. One Mission.
Update: Thank you to all who gave to this effort!
Many of us have been asking how we can help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. We have prayed through this and believe the Lord has given us a unique opportunity.
Under the leadership of TCS alumnus, Sarah SoRelle Wright, her team at Bayou City Fellowship in Cypress, Texas will receive donations and distribute them from their two campus locations. Their focus is to help clean up neighborhoods, prevent further damage, and demo affected areas in their community.
Because we believe that two are better than one (Ecclesiastes 4), we have formed a partnership with seven other private schools in Lubbock. In an effort to quickly fill a donated semi-trailer, we will take much needed clean up and demo supplies to our friends in the Houston area.
These requested items are no longer available or are very difficult to find for purchase in the Houston area. New or used tools are encouraged. At this time, they are not asking for clothing donations. We would love to have your help and support to get this semi filled by 7:00pm tomorrow. Please see below for the important details.
TCS Drop-Off Location – Central Office (Now-Thursday at 6:30pm)
- Requested Items: Trash Bags (lawn size, super duty strength), Bleach, Empty Spray Bottles, Wet Vacs, Paper Towels, Brooms/Dust Pans, Dehumidifiers, Squeegees, Drywall Saws, Scoop Shovels, Pry Bars/Crow Bars, Hammers, Dust Masks, Leather Gloves, Safety Glasses, and Utility Knives.
- Snacks (non-melting): Beef Jerky, Protein Bars, Gum, Hard Candies, Sun Flower Seeds, and Gatorade/Bottled Drinks/Water Bottles. Please no glass or perishable foods.
Event: At 7:00pm on Thursday, our school will host a short (15 minute) media event around the semi, all of the participating schools, and the donated items. This event will be at TCS University Campus, next to the Lions’ Den. Students and families are encouraged to attend dressed in TCS school colors, spirit shirts, athletic jerseys, etc. We want to present a united spirit to the Lubbock community.