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Hurricane Laura Relief

First Baptist Rockport is accepting donations to be transported to areas impacted by Hurricane Laura. Donations should be brought to the front of the church under the portico on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., or Sundays 8 a.m. to noon. If no one is there to assist you, just leave donations by the doors under the portico.
This list is from Rob Tibbits, pastor of Crossroads Baptist Church in Vinton, La.
As of September 15, 2020 we are collecting:

Flat shovels

Flat crow bars

Hammers

Roofing nails (with plastic rings)

Gas cans (full or empty)

Laundry detergent

Brooms

Mops

Pine sol

Bleach

Dish soap

Surface cleaner

2 gal spray pumps

5 gal buckets and lids

Scrub brushes

Sponges with scrub/sponge

Sponges

Cleaning rags

Latex gloves

N-95 masks (for mold removal)

Bug spray

Ant poison (spray kind)

Sunscreen

Paper towels

Hand sanitizer

Grab and go snacks

No cook breakfast options

Individual bags of chips

Small packs of plastic utensils

Small packs of paper plates

Spiral notebooks

Pens

Contact lenses cases

Glasses wipes

Pillows

We are NOT collecting food, clothes, diapers, water, or furniture at this time.

You can make a tax-deductible contribution for Hurricane Laura Relief by making a donation to our Hurricane Relief Fund. This can be done on our website, or checks can be made out to First Baptist Church Rockport, and designated for Hurricane Relief, then sent to First Baptist Church, 1515 N. Live Oak St., Rockport, TX 78382.

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