DANVILLE, VA 09/17/18 The 12th Tractor-trailer load of relief supplies left our distribution center this evening. This truckload of hope is headed to Havelock, N.C. Please continue to keep everyone who has been impacted by #Florence and our volunteer drivers who are delivering these supplies in your prayers!
 
GOD’S PIT CREW SENDING THREE TRUCKLOADS TO HARDEST HIT AREAS AFTER FLORENCE MAKES LANDFALL
 
DANVILLE, VA-09/14/18-
As Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday as a category 1 storm, God’s Pit Crew volunteers spent the day loading the first tractor-trailers of relief supplies. More tractor trailer loads will be loaded and scheduled as the storm progresses.
 
“This is going to be a long-term response,” said God’s Pit Crew Founder and President Randy Johnson.
 
The three tractor-trailer loads, containing Blessing Buckets and disaster relief items, will depart the GPC Distribution Center on Saturday morning. The supplies on board will be delivered to some of the hardest hit areas in North and South Carolina later tomorrow.
 
“ Please be in prayer for our drivers as they take it upon themselves to make this trip in the storm… that they will be safe,” said Johnson.
 
At this time, monetary gifts are crucial to keeping the GPC trucks rolling. That support makes it possible to deliver hope, healing, and restoration to people in need.
 
For the latest information on God’s Pit Crew’s response to Hurricane Florence, visit the official GPC Facebook page (facebook.com/godspitcrew).