Austin Disaster Relief Network’s COVID-19 Response

The Austin Disaster Relief Network is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with help and guidance for Central Texas. ADRN is “a network of Greater Austin churches and trained volunteers who are prepared and ready to meet the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of those affected by disaster, great or small.” They’ve responded to communities that suffered fires, floods, and hurricanes. Now they are providing relief, supplies, financial and emotional support during a pandemic.

Daniel Geraci, from ADRN, stopped by Local Insights to share how the nonprofit is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have been impacted by COVID-19 and need help, reach out. The Austin Disaster Relief Network is here to help. If you can afford to help support their efforts, please donate. Spread the word.


The COVID-19 Relief Fund is available for individual and families experience pandemic related financial hardships.

COVID-19 Relief Fund


Austin Disaster Relief Network has a goal to collect 20,000 homemade CDC approved masks for care givers and essential workers.

B-DOE's Mommy made this mask


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