Children’s Hunger Fund is on the frontlines, aiding children and families affected by Hurricane Harvey. Read how one of CHF’s own is making the trek from Los Angeles to Houston to deliver hope to those in need.
CHF’s West Driver, Luis Luna, has a burden for the hurricane victims in Texas that extends beyond his job. His family is among those affected by Hurricane Harvey. He would gladly spend and be spent for those suffering in Texas – so much so, that he will drive over 20 hours and 1,380 miles from Los Angeles to San Antonio to assist CHF in disaster relief efforts.
With a truck filled with baby food and energy bars, he will arrive at CHF San Antonio to pick up more supplies. From there, he will drive straight to Houston, with the truckload of food and aid.
In Houston, Luna will connect with one of CHF’s ministry partners, equipping them with food and resources to distribute to those in need.
Luna will also be able to visit his Houston-based family members, one of whom lost everything in the wake of the storm. Luna reported that his daughter and her family are safe. Her home, he said, sits above the floodwaters. However, a friend of hers is among many who are in desperate need of clothing and food for their children.
Pray for Luna as he travels to and throughout Texas on behalf of CHF’s hurricane relief efforts. He is thankful for the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Christ during this disaster.
To make a donation to the relief efforts, visit childrenshungerfund.org/hurricane-harvey