When the Clay County Emergency Management directors heard about the extensive and cohesive networking achievements by Mercy Support Services, they invited Mercy Support Services to be the Emergency Support Function 15 (ESF 15) for Clay County. The ESF 15 coordinates incoming donations and the volunteers who step forward in times of disaster. The ESF 15 coordinates these resources to help the disaster victims on the path to long term recovery. In order to keep teams of volunteers motivated and ready to deploy in times of disaster, Mercy Support Services creates opportunities for these teams to serve in ‘blue sky’ times by doing projects in the community. Additional examples of our Mercy Community Action projects are yard work for shut-ins and the elderly, as well as maintenance work for single parents and low income families.
Do what is right to other people. Love being kind to others and live humbly, trusting your God. Micah 6:8