Early Response Teams (ERTs) are needed! Mold is quickly growing in these water-drenched dwellings. To volunteer at any of the sites listed below (ERT or non-ERT opportunities), please call the NC Conference Disaster Call Center (888.440.9167) to sign up, make plans for accommodations if needed, and to access the latest contact information. Work Sites Needing ERT… Continue Reading→
Supplies Needed For Distribution The items listed below will be collected in a warehouse at 1200 South Main Street in Fairmont (Robeson County). Kelly Barr is coordinating: 910.610.3690 or email@example.com. Please contact Kelly before you bring a load. Hours of operation are 8:00 am until. Water Non-perishable food (open and eat) Baby items: diapers, food,… Continue Reading→
Local churches: please use this bulletin insert to share with your congregation ways to help victims of Hurricane Matthew.
District Disaster Response Coordinators and conference staff are working within their communities to establish plans and facilities for hosting Early Response Teams to help with flooded home clean up and tear outs. In places where the water has receded, and travel is considered safe, the first response teams are arriving. Response work is beginning this… Continue Reading→
A Disaster Response Call Center is being set up at the NC Conference office building in Garner, NC and volunteers are needed. If you can answer phones anytime between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, we can use your help. There will be a script to help you manage incoming… Continue Reading→
Thank you to everyone who is willing and able to respond with help to those suffering in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew. You can find all related Hurricane Matthew information by following this link: Hurricane Matthew Response. Right now our priority is to keep everyone safe. Many communities are still asking for people to… Continue Reading→
Hurricane Matthew is projected to hit North Carolina this weekend. We want you and your church to be as prepared as possible in the event of a disaster. We hope that you won’t need to use the following information, but it’s best to be prepared. 1. Create a Disaster Kit Basic items for Disaster Kits… Continue Reading→