The community is hard at work. But there’s more to do.
Cape Fear area officials have been at it through the storm and continue to provide resources at the resource recovery center at Independence Mall. Relief and recovery agencies, school systems, faith communities, first responders and associations continue to work hard to restore Cape Fear. We sincerely thank them.
Yesterday, the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of the Cape Fear Area convened a meeting with community leadership to report on our local efforts of relief and recovery in the Cape Fear Area. It’s important to share this information across as many networks as possible. Not all-inclusive by any means, but here is a summary of the continued need:
Support the Port – volunteers needed
Volunteers needed Tues-Thurs, 1-6pm, FEMA apps, distribution of supplies around town. moc.t1558538344ropeh1558538344ttrop1558538344pus@o1558538344fni1558538344
Hiring Construction Coordinator & Supervisor
Visit https://www.warmnc.org/ to view postings. Also, they are still committed to fixing Hurricane MATTHEW victims’ homes and need DONATIONS!!!
Cape Fear Volunteer Center
Volunteers needed to help people pack and move people who are being evicted from apartment complexes that are being condemned, weekly. http://www.capefearvolunteercenter.org/
“Muck and gut” volunteers needed – Pender County focus.
Masks, hammers, hard workers welcome! Call (910) 762-4744.
The Harrelson Center and Catholic Charities partner for long-term recovery.
But right now they need cleaning supplies and food donations. www.harrelsoncenter.org to see the updated list of needs. Pender County schools need DRINKING WATER!
City of Wilmington to host BIG fundraiser – Saturday, 10/13/18 @ Greenfield Lake
3:30pm, free entry but bring $ donations. First responder VIP treatment. BIG PARTY!
Happy to help.
If you need help getting connected with appropriate community leaders, please reach out and we’ll try our best to help.
And yes, the Cape Fear community is OPEN FOR BUSINESS!