Phone Team called all members of Sisters on the Fly (128) in the affected counties on the Texas Coast following Hurricane Harvey, August 2017

Port Aransas Project Hurricane Harvey, November 2017

Assistance for several individuals  personally affected by Hurricane Harvey, Fall 2017

Project Bloomington ISD, post Hurricane Harvey, Fall/ Winter 2017

Bloomington Independent School District, Christmas Project- December 2017 (following Hurricane Harvey)


Port Aransas II, January 2018

Sister Corps Clean-Up, Abilene State Park in Abilene TX, April 2018

Minnesota- house painting for family in need – June 2018

Sister Corps River Clean-Up Garner State Park, Frio River, Texas October 2018

Sister Corps — Home Restoration Project- May 2018 Rochester NY


Sister Corps Marianna FL- January 2019

Cards of Gratitude and Encouragement for First Responders in CA Wildfires and Recipe Collection for Wildfire Survivor

Project Hoard-a-cane, clean up acreage to ready for a nature conversancy program, Spokane WA, Oct 2019

Project Luggage of Love- donations of necessities for women’s shelters, November and December 2019 and February 2020- volunteers all over the nation


Sister Sweat Trailer Rebuild/Repair Clinic, two-part project: increase personal competencies in trailer repair as well as general construction skills and restoring a donated trailer for a Sister Corps Fundraiser, March 2020

Sister Corps joins with Habitat for Humanity- El Reno OK, April 18, 2020

Native American Project- Summer 2020– raised donations for assistance during the COVID pandemic

Louisiana Urgent Response- September 2020o  responded with urgent supplies for First Responders


Louisiana Hurricane Relief Project, Lake Charles and Iowa, LA, January 2021

Beach Cleanup, Port Aransas, TX May, 2021

Nationwide Blood Donation Drive, July-August 2021 donors from (estimated) 40 states and Canada

Wadena County, MN painting of a park shelter, Sept 2021

Fast Response for the Houma Nation, Houma, LA. Hurricane Ida, sending urgently needed supplies to the Houma Nation.

Project Luggage of Love Year 3- donations of basic necessities for women’s shelters, November and December 2021


Nationwide Blood Donation Drive, February 2022  donors from across the nation

SELA- Southeast Louisiana Relief Project- March 2022. Houma Area- Morgan City

Western Ky Tornado Relief Project, April 2022.  Dawson Springs, KY

Hidden Headstones: A Cemetery Cleanup Project, Spokane, WA May 2022

Beach Cleanup, Port Aransas TX, May 2022

Sequoia National Park, CA Meadow Restoration project June 2022

Sequoia National Park, CA Stewards of the Big Trees July 2022

Vicco, KY flood Relief, August 2022

Whatcom County, WA Flood Relief September 2022

Sequoia National Park, CA Big Tree Babes, September 2022

Mueller State Park, Co- Fire Mitigation and trail cleanup September 2022

Serving Community, National Food Drive Fall 2022

5 Year Celebration Port Aransas TX  service projects in Port Aransas, classes in carpentry, drywall tape and bed, First AID, and Organizing a Sister-Corps project, November 2022

Beach Cleanup, South Padre Island, TX Nov 2022


National Blood Drive, February 2023

Eastern Kentucky, Vicco, Rebuilding from Floods of 2022 , April 2023

Florida, Fort Myers area, Hurricane Ian relief, April 2023

Build-a-Bed For Kids, Salem OR, April 2023

Rapid Response Drive for Amory, MS tornado, basic necessities for survivors and first responders, May 2023

Basic Carpentry Class, Franklin TN, May, 2023

Beach Clean up , Port Aransas TX, June 2023

Sequoia National Park, July, August, September 2023- Three projects

Advanced Wilderness Medicine Training and Disaster Preparedness, NC August 2023

Build-a-Bed For Kids, Pine City, MN, August 2023

National Blood Drive, July and August 2023


Involved in all projects except Luggage of Love and Blood Drive

in direct aid

volunteer hours in direct assistance

Estimated miles traveled – average 870 miles per volunteer

Estimated travel hours to projects

Donated 170 units of blood, plasma, or platelets

totes or backpacks of basic necessities to women’s shelters and over 1,030 sisters involved