With many homes in the coastal areas of South Carolina still under water, our Assessment Team has been out working in the areas of Georgetown and Andrews, focusing on individual assessments and helping homeowners along the way. The Black River, which is creating between 14 – 20 feet waves, still poses a threat to this area and our team is doing everything they can to get people back on their feet.
We have also partnered up with Habitat for Humanity to muck and gut 10 homes in order for homeowners to start the rebuild process.
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This book is dedicated to the thousands of volunteers who have come through the organization and helped communities in need in the wake of natural disasters.
Immediate Response | Roseau, Dominica
On August 27th Tropical Storm Erika ravaged the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, delivering nearly twelve inches of rain in twelve hours. Rivers and streams surged, destroying homes, roads, bridges and land. The heavy rains disturbed mountainsides creating landslides that engulfed homes leaving many uninhabitable. Entire villages have been destroyed and between 10,000 and 20,000 people have been affected.LEARN MORE >
Rebuild & Recovery | Nsanje, Malawi, Africa
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE. In early January 2015, Malawi experienced heavy rains accompanied by storms and high winds, all of which resulted in massive flooding mainly affecting the southern part of the country. Of the affected areas, Nsanje, Chikwawa and Phalombe are the worst hit, with Zomba and Blantyre also being badly affected. 1.15m people have been affected...LEARN MORE >