Disaster Relief


Disaster Relief Trainings

CISM Chaplaincy Training - IBSA October 11-12, 2018

October 19-20 - Lake Sallateeska Baptist Camp, Pinckneyville

Training will include:

  • DR 101 - Basic Training
  • DR 120 - Sharing Hope in Crisis
  • DR 140 - Health and Safety
  • DR 200 - Flood Recovery
  • DR 220 - Chainsaw
  • DR 225 - Chainsaw Skills
  • DR 240 - Mass Feeding
  • DR 260 - Shower Unit
  • DR 280 - Child Care (minimum 10 registered 10 days out to offer class)
  • DR 300 - Chaplaincy Training (minimum 10 registered 10 days out to offer class)
  • DR 340 - Communications (Lake Sallateeska only)
  • DR 400 - Assessment (Lake Sallateeska only)
Badge Renewals

badgeIf your badge has expired and you need to renew, please print this form, fill it out and mail it back to IBSA with a check for $10. We will run a new background check and send you a new badge.

To renew your badge online and paid with a credit card, click here.

New Volunteers - to get a badge you will need a background check. Please fill out this form and pay the cost of $10 with a credit card.

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Illinois Baptist Disaster Relief Facebook page

Watch for the fastest information on disasters and call-outs, post pictures of your Call-outs, post prayer request and keep up on all that is happening.

Stand Down

We have completed our work in Iroquois and Kankakee Counties around the Watseka area. We are on stand down for the flooding.

Donate to Illinois Baptist Disaster Relief

Illinois Baptist Disaster Relief is funded through individual and church donations. 100% of all monies received will support the needs of disaster victims through our volunteers as they help home owners recover from the storm damage. All gifts to IBDR are tax deductible.

Donate now

You may also donate by mailing a check payable to IBSA Disaster Relief to:

Illinois Baptist Disaster Relief
P.O. Box 19247
Springfield, IL 62703

*Please write Illinois Disaster Relief on the subject line. 

About Illinois Baptist Disaster Relief

DR LogoIBDR has over 1,600 trained volunteers who serve as part of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Disaster Relief ministry, the third largest relief agency in the United States. Disaster Relief often responds to natural disasters by providing feeding stations, mobile kitchens, child care and chaplains. In the case of flooding, volunteers in their signature yellow shirts help homeowners with “mudout,” clearing flooded properties of debris and contaminated building materials, so they can begin rebuilding and recovery.


Dwayne Doyle
Dwayne Doyle

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