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Photograph of Hurricane Arthur by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. The image was taken on Friday, July 3, 2014 at 12:20 pm EDT.

DONATE NOW TO HELP WITH IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND RESPONSE EFFORTS FOR HURRICANE DORIAN

 

The Outer Banks Community Foundation is now collecting disaster relief donations for both Dare County and Ocracoke. Every penny that is donated will directly assist individuals and families in need on the Outer Banks. The Community Foundation helps with all disaster efforts, from immediate relief to long-term recovery, and even reconstruction and rebuilding.

In recent years, the Community Foundation has given more than $336,700 in Disaster Relief Fund grants to help local families get back on their feet in their greatest time of need. Donations to the Disaster Relief Fund have been used for emergency food, shelter, water, sanitation, supplies, and health care following Hurricanes Matthew, Irene, Sandy, Arthur, Hermine, and Michael.

The Disaster Relief Fund is ready and waiting so that we can respond immediately to emergency situations. However, donors can support this fund any time, not just when a disaster strikes.

If you wish to donate to the Disaster Relief Fund, please call us at 252-261-8839, or click here to donate securely online. Your donation is 100% tax-deductible.

If you or a family member has been affected by a recent disaster, please call Interfaith Community Outreach at 252-480-0070 to get the help you need. Here are some other local resources for disaster victims: