Disasters

Weather related disasters and other tradgic events leaving citizens with homes in need of repair.
Select the disaster the home was affected by.

2018 California Woolsey Fire

November 2018


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

The fires, which began Thursday morning, had by nightfall wiped out the community of Paradise, north of Sacramento — though no deaths have been reported from this or the other two wildfires.

ACTIVE

2018 California Camp Fire

November 2018


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

The fires, which began Thursday morning, had by nightfall wiped out the community of Paradise, north of Sacramento — though no deaths have been reported from this or the other two wildfires.

ACTIVE

Central Texas Flooding

October 2018


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

Central Texas Flooding

RECOVERY 0%

Hurricane Willa

October 2018


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

Hurricane Willa

RECOVERY 0%

Hurricane Michael

October 2018


76 Homes


335 Volunteers Needed

Hurricane Michael

RECOVERY 2%

Hurricane Florence

September 2018


23 Homes


185 Volunteers Needed

Florence Explodes to Cat. 4: Destructive Strike Likely on East Coast Risk of life-threatening storm surge, destructive winds, rainfall flooding .

RECOVERY 6%

Hurricane Irma

September 2017


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful and catastrophic Cape Verde hurricane, the strongest observed in the Atlantic in terms of maximum sustained winds since Wilma, and the strongest storm on record to exist in the open Atlantic region.

RECOVERY 0%

Hurricane Harvey

October 2016


0 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

Harvey first made landfall over San Jose Island and then near Rockport, in south-central Texas, late Aug. 25 as a Category 4 hurricane, threatening millions of residents with 130-mph winds, heavy rains, and a massive storm surge that swamped coastal areas.

RECOVERY 0%

Louisiana Flooding

August 2016


2 Homes


0 Volunteers Needed

In August 2016, prolonged rainfall resulted in catastrophic flooding in the state of Louisiana; thousands of houses and businesses were submerged.

RECOVERY 3%