All children, families and seniors served by Buckner International in Southeast Texas continue to be safe.

Buckner officials have checked on nearly every family the ministry serves, including foster families and families ministered to through the Buckner Family Hope Center at Houston/Aldine. Though some have evacuated, they remain safe.

Buckner Calder Woods is prepared for Hurricane Harvey as the storm is forecast to head toward Beaumont.

The community is dry, has more than 500 gallons of drinking water on hand and more than a week’s worth of food for all residents should the supplies be needed.

Buckner leaders continue to ask people to pray for Southeast Texas and all those affected by Harvey. Buckner serves vulnerable children and families in the area through Calder Woods, Buckner Parkway Place, foster care and adoption, two Buckner Family Pathways locations and the Buckner Family Hope Center at Houston/Aldine. 

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Jeffrey Aldrich says:
So glad that all are safe. My mother, Natalie Aldrich, lived at Parkway for many years until she passed away last year. I am thankful that she did not have to live through this stress as I could not have reached her. I am so thankful that Parkway, the staff, and her friends are safe.
Buckner Communications says:
We are thankful too, Jeffrey! Please continue to pray for everyone in these areas as the storm continues to move in Southeast Texas and has devastated many families. --Buckner Communications

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