Hurricane Florence

Disaster Help

September 2018

Survivors, helpers, volunteers, non-profits and businesses start here to begin to restore and rebuild after Hurricane Florence.
Hurricane Florence Florence Explodes to Cat. 4: Destructive Strike Likely on East Coast Risk of life-threatening storm surge, destructive winds, rainfall flooding .

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Hurricane Florence Quick Links
Total Survivors
10
Home Rebuilds
23
Total Volunteers
201
Volunteers Needed
185
Total NonProfits
0
Rebuild Progress
5%
Overall Progress
6%

Hurricane Florence - Distribution Centers, Supply Pickup and Dropoff and Shelters

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R Moore posted an update.
11/25/2018 13:00:27 I am in desperate need of help getting yard debris to the road. I am in Pender County, NC.
Mary Maness posted an update.
11/19/2018 12:12:39 I have been and will continue to work in the flooded communities of Pender County. I collect clothes food and anything else and deliver to families in need .
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Written by: Lori Kirkpatrick for Summer Strickland
Sunday, February 10, 2019

It Takes a Village

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When people and organizations work together, the possibilities are endless. During Hurricane Florence, Cajun Navy Foundation (CNF) and the North Carolina Baptists on Mission were able to work together to help a victim in need. CNF had received a message from a worried mom. Her pregnant daughter’s home was full of toxic mold, and she wasn’t expecting help from her landlord. She was living in the home with her four-year-old son and feared that they might be evicted i...