Eastern North Carolina Hurricane Frontline Recovery Fund

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Contribute today to help Eastern North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian and support community resiliency in the face of climate disasters. 


As Hurricane Dorian makes its way through North Carolina, it threatens the same communities in Eastern North Carolina that are still struggling to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Florence just a year ago and Hurricane Matthew in 2016. In the aftermath of Florence, our partners built a distribution and donation network that provided supplies support to more than 5,000 community members via 100 supply runs and over 80 airdrops. Since then, we have established three mutual aid centers strategically located throughout the region to enable community control of relief supplies and ultimately, empower communities to be self-sufficient in disaster preparedness and response. 


As Dorian approaches, we have activated our donation and distribution network and are stocking the mutual aid centers with basic necessities and cleaning supplies. We are again working to ensure that low-income communities and people of color are not forgotten in relief, recovery, reconstruction, and resiliency efforts. 


Your contribution will help us provide relief supplies for communities impacted by Hurricane Dorian and help our relief and recovery efforts go beyond one storm and one cycle of disaster relief. 


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A Just Florence Recovery is a coalition of North Carolina organizations, formed to provide community-based support and shift the narrative about what a just, equitable recovery that centers those most impacted by climate disasters looks like. We are committed to providing recovery management and planning that is community-led and survivor-driven. 


Blueprint NC has been supporting the efforts of a Just Florence Recovery and the Eastern North Carolina Hurricane Florence Frontline Recovery Fund. Blueprint NC’s 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. Help us continue to make a difference in recovery and resiliency and support our partners and friends to recover.


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 these climate disasters.


ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE


Thank you so much for your support!


Our partners in this effort: A Better Chance A Better Community (ABC2), Alphalife Enrichment Center, Asociación de Mexicanos en Carolina del Norte, Black Workers for Justice, Brunswick Housing Opportunities, Coalition Against Racism, Columbus County Forum Inc, Farm Labor Organizing Committee, Friends of the Earth, Genesis 457 CDC, Kinston Teens, Inc, Men and Women United for Youth and Families, NC A. Philip Randolph Institute, NC Community Development Corporation, NC Climate Justice Collective, NC Environmental Justice Network, NC League of Conservation Voters, NC WARN, Pender United, Southern Movement Assembly, Southern Vision Alliance, The Cornerstone CDC, and Working Films



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