SEYMOUR, 2017

On March 6th, 2017, Seymour Iowa was struck by a tornado producing winds estimated between 115-125mph. In the path of the devastation was the home of Ron and Nicole Morford, a couple raising five children, and also caring for a parent who’s currently suffering from stage-4 cancer. The home of the family of eight was uninsured and destroyed beyond repair. The Morford’s were left with little more than a few personal items, and a sense of gratefulness to have survived.  

ONE FAMILY ONE PURPOSE is committed to raising the money needed for rebuilding the Morford home, and later this November, will be mobilizing hundreds of volunteers to the small South-Central Iowa town. 

 

If you’d like to be a part of this act of service, you can get involved in many ways. 

1.) You can donate money to be used for the purchase of building materials. Click HERE to donate safe and securely online. You can also make checks made payable to: ONE FAMILY ONE PURPOSE, mailed to 2755 E. County Rd 1800, Carthage IL. 62321. All donations are tax deductible, and used for building materials. 

2.) You can be a member of our nation-wide construction team that will meet in Seymour between the dates of Monday, November 27th, 2017 and Saturday, December 9th, 2017. The two-week home build from start to finish is a remarkable feat to witness. You can show up for a day, weekend, a week, or the entire two weeks–whatever fits into your schedule. Food and lodging will be available for volunteers, so come with a willing heart, and a joyful spirit!

3.) Most importantly, you can PRAY! Pray for the safety of our volunteers, and for, not only the family, but the entire community of Seymour, who continues to recover from the devastation of March 6th. Last, but certainly not least, pray for our greatest goal to be accomplished–to bring honor and glory to our Savior, Jesus Christ. 

 

Volunteer info:

Job-site address: 102 W Winston St., Seymour Iowa

Volunteer lodging address: Camp Appanoose, 13380 430th St. Plano, Iowa (20 minute drive to/from job-site)

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served for volunteers! 

Job-site volunteers are welcome to bring power tools (drills, saws, etc) but very little is required or expected. Just pack your tool-belt, hammer, and tape-measurer and we’ll put you to work! 

ALL volunteers must sign in prior to participating in the build. See Ryan when you arrive on-site to insure that all documentation is complete. He’ll also set you up with some O.F.O.P. goodies!

In an effort to plan for food, please keep us informed of your intent to arrive and depart. You can call (309)219-OFOP (6367), or send us a message by clicking HERE