The calls for help weren't as abundant as they first predicted. It's a blessing according to God's Pit Crew.
Just in case, they loaded two tractor trailers full of food and water for victims of Hurricane Irene last Thursday.
They responded to Jackson, North Carolina were people were without power.
God's Pit Crew has a team in New Bern, North Carolina ready to offer help to local mission groups.
The area was hit hard by flooding and damaging winds.
But they're not leaving Danville until they know more help is needed.
"It would be a waste of resources and not very smart on our part just to get in our trucks and head towards to coast because it's the thing we want to do," said God's Pit Crew found Randy Johnson.
They're not backing down however. Volunteers are on standby if communities along the east coast need addition supplies.