The depot provides coverage for a 300-mile radius of Dallas TX. This area comprises 31,000,000 people, includes a large swath of TX, LA, OK, KS, MO, and AR. The ‘Dallas Depot’ has been named the MNA Disaster Response John Browne Family Disaster Response Center as a memorial to John Browne’s steadfast dedication and assistance in development of the depot.
Thanks to Dick Forrester, a Deacon at Lake Oconee PCA, we have refreshed the file download section of Sheds of Hope website. Lake Oconee PCA has a lot of experience pre-building Sheds of Hope, with about 65 builds under their belts. We recently asked Dick to take a look at the files that were hosted on the site and update them, and add a few new files that teams regularly need. We… Read More
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Blue skies and a beautiful day greeted Rowlett residents who came out of their homes on December 26 this year. Quite a change from last year, when they came out to a scene of destruction on all sides after a F4 tornado ripped through their community. This tornado damaged 6,000 homes and injured 23 people in Rowlett, one fatally. After the tornado, the long process of cleanup began. The storm debris removed was enough to fill… Read More
Shed of Hope – Mississippi Church Request Available today is a new 8 x 16-foot shed plan. A church in Louisville, Mississippi requested the longer shed following the tornado that came through the state in early May. Sheds of Hope provides 8 x 8 sheds to people who have been effected by storms. The unique request came from a church who needed to store pews that are too long for the 8 foot long sheds. A… Read More