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Plain Compassion
Crisis Response

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Their Worst Nightmare

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Quarter Goal: $400,000

Who We Are

Plain Compassion Crisis Response is a non-profit service organization that was formed the fall of 2014. The purpose of forming this organization was to provide international disaster response services as a means of showing God’s Love, and for opening doors to share the Good News to the lost and dying who have not heard. The specific need/opportunity presenting itself was the ISIS refugee crisis in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq and surrounding areas.

The vision of Plain Compassion Crisis Response is to spread the love of God through disaster relief and humanitarian aid and to equip this generation with the leadership skills needed to live a God-honoring life in today’s world.

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Changing Lives In3 COUNTRIES

1.

Puerto Rica   . Caribbean

Rebuilding Puerto Rica one house at a time.

2.

Iraq   . Middle East

16 million have been displaced.

3.

Bangladesh   . Asia

1.3 million Rohingya in Bangladesh
need immediate humanitarian aid.

CHANGING LIVES
ONE ROOF AT A TIME

166,000 Puerto Rican homes are still without roofs!

Donate $25 For a Week
Sponsor part of a roof

Sponsoring a roof is one of the
most powerful ways to help the Puerto Ricans!

100% of the people on the Island of Puerto Rico were affected in one way or another after Hurricane Maria made landfall on September 20th. Experts say that 1/3rd of the people will be diagnosed with PTSD.

Thousands of people sustained severe damage to their homes, many of them losing their roofs allowing the torrential rainfall to totally soak themselves and everything they owned for weeks after the hurricane.

160,000 houses without roofs
13%
Expected Population to be Diagnosed with PTSD
33%
This Years Goal: Putting a roof over 100 families.
75%