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There are many types of devastation in the world.

Natural. Personal. Communal.

And standing ready to help those who have been devastated is one way we demonstrate being Champions for Christ.

At Liberty, our urgent disaster relief team can teach you tangible ways to provide swift humanitarian, spiritual, and psychological aid — and then take you to disaster sites to do it in person.

No matter which degree program you choose, you and students like you can show up and make a life-changing difference to victims of floods, fires, tornadoes, and other disasters — including refugees in crisis.

No need to wait until you graduate. At Liberty, you can be part of a global solution now.

 

Liberty students provide aid to refugee families in Texas.

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Since 2015, faculty, staff, and students have traveled to provide:

Fire damage relief to California

Flooding relief in Nebraska

Relief from tornado damage in Alabama

Flooding relief to Tulsa, Oklahoma

Hurricane Irma relief to Antigua

Earthquake relief to Mexico

Flooding relief to Peru

Hurricane Joaquin relief to South Carolina

Syrian refugee ministry in Greece

Storm relief to Georgia

Water crisis help to Flint, Michigan

Flood relief to Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Hurricane Matthew relief to North and South Carolina

Hurricane Harvey relief to Texas

Tornado relief to Mississippi

Flood relief to West Virginia

Hurricane Maria relief Puerto Rico (multiple trips)

Outreach projects to Skid Row and other low-income areas in Los Angeles, Calif.

Hurricane Michael relief to Florida

Wildfire relief to California (multiple trips)

Hurricane Florence relief to North Carolina


LU Send Now

Liberty In Nebraska

LU Send Nebraska

Liberty students assist in the aftermath of severe flooding in Nebraska. 


LU Send Now mobilizes and trains students to meet immediate relief needs around the world.

As the humanitarian relief arm of the university, LU Send Now is committed to serving the physical and spiritual needs of those who have experienced an unexpected disaster.

LU Send Now mobilizes students quickly and empowers them as relief workers when catastrophes arise. Trip costs are covered by the university.

LU Send Now:

  • Has formed relationships with established aid organizations.
  • Is equipped and organized so that relief teams can leave within a few days to a week of a crisis.
  • Focuses on service-only trips.
  • Trains participating students in appropriate relief strategies.

LU Send Carolinas

LU Send Carolinas

LU Send Now Mississippi

LU Send Mississippi

“It’s important that we run to people who are hurting and broken, especially in crises that could happen at any moment.

It could be us tomorrow, and as human beings, we should be there for one another … the role of the Church in a crisis situation or natural disaster is to go and love and help people, to share hope in a hopeless situation, and to come together as community and family to help people in times of need.”

— Holly Griswold, associate director of LU Send Now


How Can Your Degree Make a Difference in the Real World?

Counseling Students Go International

Liberty students are using their skill sets to make an impact across the globe

As Christians, we understand the importance of using every profession to build God’s Kingdom. That’s why courses are taught from a biblical worldview, professors see themselves as mentors, and learning opportunities span the globe.

Psychology, social work, and counseling faculty and students regularly travel to Greece, Spain, Rwanda, Nepal, India, China, Moldova, Portugal, Ecuador, and other areas to provide and train others in trauma care and counseling for human-trafficking and sex-trafficking victims.*

The trauma training that graduate counseling student Megan R. practiced in Greece not only prepared her to get a job in Las Vegas helping victims of sex abuse and trafficking — but also positioned her to provide emergency grief and trauma counseling to those affected by the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.

*Teams also participate in reconciliation and forgiveness facilitation and provide care and counseling in refugee camps.

“As a Junior during the summer of 2016, I had the opportunity to complete my internship abroad on a trip to Greece with the psychology department. We studied the impact of the human trafficking trade and learned about efforts being made to end the industry.

“While on the trip, we studied in a classroom setting, as well as heard from those who have dedicated their lives to advocating for individuals trapped in human trafficking. We even had the opportunity to walk the brothel-riddled streets of Athens and pray for each person involved.

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— Hannah Marie Weiland, Mental Health Case Manager for Children, Horizon Behavioral Health

Hannah Weiland Global Outreach