Eastern North Carolina Hurricane Florence Frontline Recovery Fund

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Contribute today to a just hurricane recovery in Eastern North Carolina.


Hurricane Florence has hit Eastern NC which is still recovering from Hurricane Matthew in 2016. With Florence’s devastating impact, our Eastern NC partners will need help meeting basic necessities like food, water and shelter. We also know that a just and equitable recovery will require long-term organization to address the man-made environmental and racial justice issues that disproportionately affect black, brown, and poor communities during and after natural disasters.


Blueprint has been supporting Eastern NC leaders to build a regional table that centers black and working class people. Your contribution will go directly to our on-the-ground partner organizations by and for Eastern North Carolina residents.


Together these organizations will determine where these resources will be distributed.


Please leave us your email and home address with your donation, and we will follow up once funds are distributed as needed across the eastern region impacted by this natural disaster.


About Blueprint NC: Our mission is to improve our democracy by building permanent infrastructure for socially responsible policy change in North Carolina. We envision a state with no barriers to civic participation and where public policies are passed for the common good. Donating to on-the-ground efforts such as this allows local organizations to build a stronger base of support and to care for the communities they are a part of. They can't vote if they are struggling to meet basic necessities like food, water and shelter. Help us make the difference this year and support our partners and friends recover.


ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE


Thank you so much for your support!


Our on-the-ground partner organizations in Eastern NC:


Alphalife Enrichment Center, Asociación de Mexicanos en Carolina del Norte, Brunswick Housing Opportunities, Columbus County Forum, Genesis 457 CDC, Integrity CDC, Kinston Teens, Inc., Men and Women United for Youth and Families, NC A. Philip Randolph Institute, and NC Association of Community Development Corporations, NC Climate Collective, NC Environmental Justice Network, Southern Vision Alliance, Another Gulf is Possible, Black Workers for Justice, Brunswick Housing CDC, Coalition Against Racism, Columbus County Forum Development Corp, Farm Labor Organizing Committee, Friends of the Earth, NC League of Conservation Voters, NC WARN, Rural Empowerment Association for Community Help (REACH), Southern Movement Assembly, and Working Films.


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Fondo de Recuperación Para Comunidades Afectadas por el Huracán Florence


Contribuye hoy a una recuperación justa en el este de Carolina del Norte.


El huracán Florence afectó la costa de Carolina del Norte solo dos años después de la devastación del huracán Matthew. Debido a la devastación de Florence en la costa, nuestros compañeros necesitan ayuda satisfaciendo sus necesidades básicas: agua, comida y refugio. También sabemos que la recuperación justa y equitativa requiere organización de largo plazo para tratar las injusticias medio ambientales y raciales que desproporcionadamente afectan a las comunidades pobres y de color durante y después de las catástrofes naturales.


Blueprint NC le ha prestado apoyo a lideres en el este del estado para desarrollar un comité que prioriza la comunidad negra y laboral. Tu contribución a este fondo irá directo a nuestros compañeros en el este.


Juntos ellos decidirán cómo distribuir los recursos.


Por favor, déjanos tu correo electrónico y dirección con tu donación y te haremos seguimiento cuando los fondos sean distribuidos a través de la región afectada.


Sobre Blueprint NC: Nuestra misión es mejorar nuestra democracia. Desarrollamos la infraestructura de nuestra comunidad para lograr cambios de política que sean económicamente y racialmente justos. Nos imaginamos un mundo sin impedimentos a la participación cívica y donde decisiones sobre las políticas publicas priorizan el bien de la comunidad. Contribuyendo a esfuerzos de base como este le permite a organizaciones locales a desarrollar su membresía y cuidar de su comunidad. La gente no puede votar o participar cívicamente si no tienen necesidades básicas como comida, agua y albergue. Ayúdanos ha hacer una diferencia este año.


Todas sus contribuciones son deducibles de impuestos. 


Nuestros compañeros del este son: 


Alphalife Enrichment Center, Asociación de Mexicanos en Carolina del Norte, Brunswick Housing Opportunities, Columbus County Forum, Genesis 457 CDC, Integrity CDC, Kinston Teens, Inc., Men and Women United for Youth and Families, NC A. Philip Randolph Institute, and NC Association of Community Development Corporations, NC Climate Collective, NC Environmental Justice Network, Southern Vision Alliance, Another Gulf is Possible, Black Workers for Justice, Brunswick Housing CDC, Coalition Against Racism, Columbus County Forum Development Corp, Farm Labor Organizing Committee, Friends of the Earth, NC League of Conservation Voters, NC WARN, Rural Empowerment Association for Community Help (REACH), Southern Movement Assembly, and Working Films

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