The devastation from Hurricane Laura in the communities of Lake Charles, LA and SE Texas is overwhelming. By God’s grace, a very short distance prevented us at Sugar Creek from the same harrowing experience. Now is the time to help our neighbors. Sugar Creek is joining with other Houston area like-minded churches and ministries to form a collective response to Hurricane Laura. Our team dialogues daily with the collaborative partners and front-line agencies. Current conditions prohibit anyone but first-responders and self-supporting teams from entering the area. Below is Sugar Creek’s immediate disaster relief response:


We will have relief donation boxes located on ALL Sugar Creek campuses on Sunday mornings starting September 13.

Below is a list of items you can donate to share hope with the people of Louisiana who have been devastated by Hurricane Laura.



  • Non-Perishable Foods
  • Water or Beverages: Must not require refrigeration
  • Baby Food or Formula


  • Personal Hygiene: Liquid soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, combs, brushes, adult diapers
  • Diapers & Baby Wipes
  • Household Cleaning Supplies
  • Trash Bags: Heavy-duty contractor bags 30 to 50 gallon
  • Duct Tape
  • Paper Goods: Plates, toilet paper, paper towels
  • Plastic Cups & Dining Utensils
  • First Aid Kits
  • Topical Antibacterial Ointment
  • Bandages & Band-Aids: Waterproof
  • Mosquito Spray
  • Plastic tubs with lids


  • NO perishable food or drink
  • NO new/used clothing
  • NO furniture


We will begin to send teams after September 13 on DAY TRIPS ONLY due to the lack of infrastructure (shelter, gas, electricity, water) as a result of the storm.

We need volunteer teams for heavy lifting, debris cleanup, specialized construction, chainsaw – limb and tree removal.

Covid-19 safety protocols, orientation/training, transportation, food and equipment will be provided.

Register to volunteer today.