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Robeson County Disaster Recovery Coalition, Inc. Robeson, NC Donor: Remington Lighting Lives Impacted: 82 Hurricane Florence was a powerful and slow-moving Cape Verde hurricane that caused catastrophic damage in the Carolinas in September 2018, dropping a total of 35.93 inches of rain, and becoming the wettest tropical cyclone recorded in...

The United Way of Lee County, located in Opelika, AL, generates the necessary resources to meet the needs of the community. Through recognizing that meeting basic human needs should be the overriding consideration in all decisions - United Way works to impact the community through four focus areas. We mainly...

Hurricane Florence was a sucker punch of a storm.Downgraded to “only” a Category 1 hurricane from a Category 4 monster, the storm lingered over the Carolinas for days after it made landfall — and proceeded to dump upwards of 50 inches of rain in some areas.Across North Carolina, Florence dropped...

In September, 2018, Good360 launched the Resilient Response campaign in collaboration with All Hands and Hearts. We created the campaign for a simple reason: Disaster giving around the globe is broken.Some 60 percent of unsolicited goods donated after a disaster ends up in landfills (or otherwise goes unused), according to...

Hurricane Florence was the first major Hurricane that hit the United States in the 2018 hurricane season. The damage inflicted by Florence was unprecedented and the effects are still being felt by those left in its wake. Over 600,000 homes were damaged or destroyed by Florence and as nonprofits begin...

This holiday, Slowtide is launching a partnership with Good360 by donating towels and blankets that will be distributed to Robeson County Disaster Committee in Lumberton, North Carolina to support disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Florence and the additional flooding caused by Hurricane Michael....

Preparation and proactive planning in advance of disasters is a crucial part of the disaster recovery process. That’s why Good360 invests time taking action before the storm as well as afterwards. Our focus on preparation is partially reflected through our kitting events. Each year, Good360 offers a number of opportunities...

The complacency around Florence seems to have extended into the philanthropic realm as well.   Anecdotal evidence from our partnerships team at Good360 and corporate giving levels after Hurricanes Florence and Michael suggest that donor fatigue has set in after last year’s calamitous string of Category 4 storms....