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Stories of generosity in the midst of disaster. Listen to episodes of the NC Conference Disaster Ministries podcast.
Episode 12: Early Response Team Training – The Stormcast
NC Conference Disaster Ministries has worked across eastern North Carolina to help families and communities rebuild and recover following natural disasters. Four years after Hurricane Florence, there are still many families with unmet needs. Sandra Velez, Hispanic Latino Disaster Response Coordinator, discovered some of those needs in the Robeson County community through her work with…
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh has awarded NC Conference Disaster Ministries a grant to support recovery and rebuilding efforts on Ocracoke Island. We are grateful for the generosity of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh and their support of rebuilding homes, communities, and lives in eastern North Carolina.
NOTICE CONCERNING VOLUNTEERS: Effective immediately, all Disaster Ministries centers are not accepting volunteers, due to rising COVID-19 case numbers. This will be in effect the rest of this year and into January 2021. Please watch this website and the Disaster Ministries Facebook page for updates. Thank you.
Our hearts continue to be with the people of Louisiana after the devastation of Hurricane Laura. North Carolina is no stranger to the damage and destruction caused by hurricanes. And so we also know what a blessing it is when others come alongside us to help with rebuilding and recovery. This week, we will begin…
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) focusing on promoting “family and community disaster planning now and throughout the year.” The theme this year is “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” Throughout the month of September, we will share preparation tips and resources from Ready.gov. The topics include making a plan, building a kit, preparing…
The images showing the Windsor tornado’s strength and power are striking. Houses picked up and shaken, their contents strewn all around. Trees stripped of their branches and bark and ripped up by the roots. Roofs torn apart, and windows blown out. Lives overturned as the wind came rushing in and left just as quickly, leaving…
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