Good360 | Hurricane Florence

HURRICANE FLORENCE

Recovery efforts continue

Hurricane Florence peaked as a category four storm in the Atlantic before undergoing an eye-wall replacement cycle weakening the storm prior to landfall. However, eye-wall replacement cycles often expand the storm. While Florence made landfall in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina; the storm grew in size. The results were catastrophic for residents near the Wilmington, North Carolina area as many dealt with days of torrential rains and floods.

After the storm had passed, $25 billion dollars of damage had been done and 54 fatalities had been attributed to the hurricane. Florence’s biggest impact was the amount of rainfall that poured down on eastern North Carolina. Elizabethtown recorded 36 inches of rainfall over a four-day period before the storm finally moved northward into Virginia and then back out to sea.

Good360 continues to work with numerous nonprofits on the ground to provide critically needed product to those who were impacted by this devastating storm. Good360 will continue to work to provide needed product during all stages of the recovery process.

Current Needs:

  • Insulation
  • Flooring
  • Dry wall
  • Shingles
  • Furniture
  • Appliances
  • Fixtures
  • Household goods

What Can You Do To Help?

Nonprofits

If your organization is in need of products for disaster response and prevention, please complete this brief form so we can determine how to best respond to your needs.

Companies

Disaster recovery could take years. Make a commitment now to donate critically needed goods to maximize recovery efforts. Email Jim Alvey at jalvey@good360.org or click below.

Individuals

Cash donations are critical because they allow responding organizations like Good360 to provide exactly what support is needed in a timely fashion.  

Hurricane Florence Impact Stories

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// Added by SM - 2019-06-06 // End of SM edits