Samaritan’s Purse helped Central and Eastern Canadian flood victims

Bringing hope and help to flooded communities in Central and Eastern Canada


Samaritan’s Purse used donations from generous Canadians like you to provide physical and spiritual help to Central and Eastern Canadians who found their homes flooded by rising rivers.

Canadian Relief Projects


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Over 80 volunteers served with Samaritan’s Purse, helping almost 125 homeowners in the Ottawa area.

Samaritan’s Purse staff along with a Disaster Relief Unit was deployed to the Renfrew County area. 58 volunteers served with Samaritan’s Purse, helping 38 homeowners in the Renfrew County area.


Samaritan’s Purse also helped flood victims in Quebec. We provided emergency clean-up assistance in the Gatineau area. 42 volunteers served with Samaritan’s Purse to help 29 homeowners.


New Brunswick

We responded to flooding in New Brunswick, and coordinated with local authorities and partners to assist impacted families and provide assistance.

Serving in Jesus’ Name

Crisis-trained Rapid Response Team chaplains from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada worked alongside volunteers.

Please pray for the people in New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec who were affected by the floods. Please also consider partnering with us through your donations so we can be ready to help as many Canadians as possible in Jesus’ Name.