As people in Texas were preparing
for Hurricane Harvey, Rev. Gilbert, Founder of Night Runners
Mobile Crisis Services, was doing preparations of his own to
respond to what we knew would be a devastating storm. On
August 30th, he left for Texas in his truck and a
20’ enclosed trailer packed with generators, gasoline, field
kitchen, medical, food, fans and supplies. He arrived at
Vidor, a city in western Orange County Texas, very close to
He hit the ground running as soon
as he got there. Working with local volunteers he set-up the
logistics for his field kitchen. He then was asked to set-up
a triage station. Thousands of people have arrived at this
location to receive medical attention, supplies and
something to eat.
Please pray for our brothers and
sisters in Texas. It’s going to take a long time to recover,
some people lost everything and others might have to
rebuild. It’s going to take a long time to recover from the
emotional wounds that Harvey left on the people of Texas.
Night Runners is planning to be in
Vidor, Texas for the recovery. Please keep us in your
prayers and consider making a donation.
Lending A Helping
Hand for victims of Irma
after helping Texas and Louisiana victims of Harvey
Hurricane - Tornado -
Flood - Help for those in need
We need your help. Your cash
gift of any amount will help bring hope to those that have
lost everything. For bulk donations, please
call our Warehouse at 561-719-7882.
For donations of food;
cleaning supplies; toiletries; tools; and next to new
clothing please call our office at 352-418-1146 for drop-off
You can make a donation
with your credit card
contributions are tax-deductible)
The Night Runners Mobil Crisis Services is a critical Private Non-Profit Emergency agency for the general public which
provides emergency services which are critical to the survival and well-being to the general public
Night Runners is an ESF-15 State Emergency Response Team. As a SERT team member we implement
POD's (Points of Distribution) at the direction
of the local and State EOC.
Our services are developed and implemented in the following manner:
I. Provide mobile logistics and housing for a minimum of 200 individuals. These services will be first made to first responders (i.e. law enforcement, military, fire, rescue, etc.)
II. While implementing the Night Runners POD (Point of Disbursement), for the distribution of ice, water, and emergency items we provide the logistics for various agencies that are providing services in the areas of housing, medical, and others.
III. Provide logistics for long term recovery agencies that work with volunteers that provide mudding out (debris removal and rebuilding support and services).
IV. Provide the equipment and supplies to set-up a temporary first aid comfort station and/or a medical clinic.
DISASTER RELIEF SERVICES
Set-up donation drop-off and distribution sites of emergency items.
24 hour logistics site for first responders, volunteers, and long term recovery teams
providing them with hot meals, showers, and supplies.
Mobilize strike teams to distribute to isolated communities and individuals unable to reach distribution sites.
Nigh Runners has the ability to operate independently of any building structures or utility hook-ups.
We are capable of relocating our logistics from community to community as needed.