Support Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund

by Do Your Part, Inc


In the past year disasters took their toll from snow to massive flooding that left devastating damage in its wake from Maine to Florida. As Hurricane Matthew hits the East Coast traveling from Florida up through the Carolina's it brings with it more damage and flooding in an already saturated area. Do Your Part, and its partners respond at the on-set and continue by offering long term recovery to families affected by these disasters.
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This past October 2015, South Carolina was hit with historic flooding called the 1,000 year rain event and continues to need assistance. West Virginia recently suffered flooding in June of 2016, that destroyed 1200 homes. Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Florida on October 7, 2016, affects already being felt in the Carolina's. The problems are many that come with a disaster, loss of life, medical, shelter, food, clothing, and so much more.


Do Your Part will be works with local agencies, and many other partners, as well as doing case management for survivor needs and making sure we have the people, products, resources, and services the communities are going to need.

Long-Term Impact

Do Your Part will help those affected during short-term, and long-term recovery. Do Your Part uses your disaster donations in support of local disaster relief operations. The impact of the floods, including those that are present during and in the aftermath of a hurricane must not be underestimated. Pain and dislocation will remain long after the waters have receded. To this all the teams working together need your help to achieve one goal and that is to bring the survivors to sustainability.


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Organization Information

Do Your Part, Inc

Location: North Hills, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Schlene Boundy
North Hills, CA United States

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