Matthew Volunteer Opportunities

Hurricane Matthew Opportunities

Matthew Volunteer Opportunities
Opportunities by Location Opportunities by Agency
Beaufort County (United Methodist Church Disaster Recovery) United Methodist Church Disaster Recovery
Bertie County (North Carolina Baptist Men) North Carolina Baptist Men
Cumberland County (United Methodist Church Disaster Recovery) Rebuilding Together Pitt County
Edgecombe County (United Methodist Church Disaster Recovery) American Red Cross
Pender County (North Carolina Baptist Men)  
Pitt County (Rebuilding Together Pitt County)  
Robeson County (North Carolina Baptist Men)  
Robeson County (United Methodist Church Disaster Recovery)  
Wayne County (North Carolina Baptist Men)  
All North Carolina (American Red Cross)  

 

Organization North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church
Hurricane Matthew: Beaufort County Flooding
Contact Ann Huffman
Telephone 888-440-9167
Email disasterresponse@nccumc.org
Skills basic tearout skills, manual labor, basic & finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, general helper
Preferred term Daytime through 1 week
Location Washington, NC and surrounding counties
Housing Provided
Meals Kitchen provided. Volunteers prepare their own meals.
Tools Volunteers should bring their own tools and safety equipment.
Hurricane Matthew: Cumberland County Flooding
Contact Ann Huffman
Telephone 888-440-9167
Email disasterresponse@nccumc.org
Skills Basic tearout skills, manual labor, basic & finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, general helper
Location Fayetteville, NC
Housing Provided
Meals Kitchen provided. Volunteers prepare their own meals.
Tools Bring your own tools and safety equipment.
Hurricane Matthew: Edgecombe County Flooding
Contact Ann Huffman
Telephone 888-440-9167
Email disasterresponse@nccumc.org
Skills Basic tearout skills, manual labor, basic & finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, general helper
Location Tarboro, NC
Housing Provided
Meals Kitchen provided. Volunteers prepare their own meals.
Tools Bring your own tools and safety equipment.
Hurricane Matthew: Robeson County Flooding
Contact Ann Huffman
Telephone 888-440-9167
Email disasterresponse@nccumc.org
Skills Basic tearout skills, manual labor, basic & finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, general helper
Preferred term Daytime through 1 week.
Location Lumberton, NC
Housing Provided
Meals Kitchen provided. Volunteers prepare their own meals.
Tools Bring your own tools and safety equipment.

 

Organization Rebuilding Together Pitt County
Hurricane Matthew: Pitt County Flooding
Contact Timothy Andrews
Telephone 252-814-0600
Email commpartnercoordinator.rtpc@gmail.com
Skills Construction, landscaping *NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, WILL TRAIN ON SITE*
Preferred term Daytime
Location Pitt County, NC
Meals Provided
Tools Basic hand tools, saws *Can bring own tools if desired (mark them appropriately)*

 

Organization North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission
Hurricane Matthew: Bertie County Flooding
Contact Jack Frazier
Telephone 919-459-5605
Website Register as individuals or a team at www.baptistsonmission.org/hurricanematthew
Email jfrazier@ncbaptist.org
Skills Construction and/or laborer
Preferred term Daytime to one week, Monday-Saturday
Location Windsor, NC
Housing Provided as available on a case by case basis
Meals Provided
Tools Simple hand tools can be provided but please bring your own if possible
Organization North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission
Hurricane Matthew: Pender County Flooding
Contact Jack Frazier
Telephone 919-459-5605
Website Register as individuals or a team at www.baptistsonmission.org/hurricanematthew
Email jfrazier@ncbaptist.org
Skills Construction and/or laborer
Preferred term Daytime to one week, Monday-Saturday
Location Black River (Pender County), NC
Housing Provided as available on a case by case basis
Meals Provided
Tools Simple hand tools can be provided but please bring your own if possible
Organization North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission
Hurricane Matthew: Robeson County Flooding
Contact Jack Frazier
Telephone 919-459-5605
Website Register as individuals or a team at www.baptistsonmission.org/hurricanematthew
Email jfrazier@ncbaptist.org
Skills Construction and/or laborer
Preferred term Daytime to one week, Monday-Saturday
Location Lumberton, NC
Housing Provided as available on a case by case basis
Meals Provided
Tools Simple hand tools can be provided but please bring your own if possible
Organization North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission
Hurricane Matthew: Wayne County Flooding
Contact Jack Frazier
Telephone 919-459-5605
Website Register as individuals or a team at www.baptistsonmission.org/hurricanematthew
Email jfrazier@ncbaptist.org
Skills Construction and/or laborer
Preferred term Daytime to one week, Monday-Saturday
Location Goldsboro, NC
Housing Provided as available on a case by case basis
Meals Provided
Tools Simple hand tools can be provided but please bring your own if possible

 

Organization American Red Cross
Contact Your local Red Cross chapter
Website www.redcross.org
Skills You don’t need special skills to be a volunteer. We’ll train you. Many volunteers bring skills from work or personal experience, but others choose to work in completely unrelated fields. We have volunteer openings for people of all skills and abilities.
Opportunities Volunteer Management: Assist with volunteer recruitment, placement, record keeping and recognition.
Disaster Services: Provide food, shelter, comfort and home for families affected by major disasters such as fire, hurricanes and tornadoes.
Disaster Action Team: Volunteers need to respond to single-family fires with a disaster action team supervisor.
Disaster Preparedness Presenter: Educate individuals and groups on how to be prepared before a disaster occurs.
Public Affairs: During disasters, tell the Red Cross story to your community.
Other The Red Cross responds to approximately 70,000 disasters in the United States every year, ranging from home fires that affect a single family to hurricanes that affect tens of thousands, to earthquakes that impact millions. In these events, the Red Cross provides shelter, food; health and mental health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet. Although the Red Cross is not a government agency, it is an essential part of the response when disaster strikes. We work in partnership with other agencies and organizations that provide services to disaster victims.