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RVILLAGE CARES (1,740 members)

RVillage Cares is a special group on RVillage for people who wish to help in some way with disaster relief efforts. Whether you know of volunteer opportunities to support clean-up ... see more

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  • Curtis
    Curtis:
    September 7, 2017
    If you haven't done so yet, please grab your "RVILLAGE CARES" badge by going to your edit profile page here: www.rvillage.com/members/edit/profile and then checking it under the clubs area. (right there with the FMCA ,Escapees etc list). Solidarit...  more
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  • Disaster_Pastor
    Disaster_Pastor:
    Tue at 5:07 AM
    We're ready to schedule overnight volunteers, please click the link for more information! https://mailchi.mp/calvaryrelief/ready-to-schedule-overnight-volunteers
    Ready To Schedule Overnight Volunteers
  • Linda&Bob
    Linda&Bob:
    Mon at 9:36 AM
    My husband and I are considering traveling to North or South Carolina to help with cleanup efforts. We have a 26' 5th wheel. Does anyone know of a group coordinating volunteer campers?
    • Linda&Bob
      RStrait
      Mon at 9:59 AM I am in NC as part of the Red Cross Escapee DOVE , www.dovebof.org.  Deployed with RV.    Hide 2 Replies
      • Linda&Bob
        Linda&Bob
        Mon at 9:59 AM That looks like something we would like to do, but a little late for Florence.  We will look into the training.
      • Linda&Bob
        RStrait
        Mon at 9:59 AM I am doing Disaster Spiritual Care.
    • Linda&Bob
      Gone_Feral
      Mon at 11:26 AM The Red Cross website will have instructions for prospective volunteers. Be aware that water and sewer services are non-existent in many areas. While trained volunteers are a welcome resource, untrained and unprepared newbies are a drain on already taxe...  more Hide 2 Replies
      • Linda&Bob
        Gone_Feral
        Mon at 11:26 AM Also, see the Disaster Pastor's post below. He may be able to put you right to work!
      • Linda&Bob
        Linda&Bob
        Mon at 11:26 AM Yes, we don't want to just show up and be part of the problem.  We think we can be very helpful, but only in the right place.
    • Linda&Bob
      Mark M
      Mon at 6:34 PM Look at RV Caravanners. They have a disaster response group. After they have assessed needs with local habitat for humanity affiliates, they will post a list of builds on their web site for people to sign up for. One thing they emphasize is to not go r...  more
    • Linda&Bob
      Disaster_Pastor
      Tue at 5:10 AM We DON'T require training and are a small "mom and pop" 501c3 org so monies and accepted donations are tax-exempt and put directly to help those affected since we don't have huge overheads.  Best way is to get on our email list when we're deploying, ...  more
  • Disaster_Pastor
    Disaster_Pastor:
    September 20
    Just a reminder that my wife and I are full-time disaster relief missionaries and are currently in Jacksonville, NC. We have plenty of work to do and are connected with several churches in other areas that are also in need of help. If you're interested ...  more
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    • The Mountains and 2 others like this.
    • Disaster_Pastor
      Dan and Carol Bulsa
      September 21 We were considering on coming down to help. We are in Maine currently and will be working way back down soon. Leaving Sunday. Is there a campground we can stay, not affected, where we can stay at, so we can come and help. Let me know. I also know another ...  more
    • Disaster_Pastor
      Disaster_Pastor
      September 21 Best to email me directly, DisasterPastor at ( @ ) CalvaryRelief (.) com
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      • Disaster_Pastor
        Gale and Jerry Walton
        September 21 I know that the small park in Kinston, Neuseway Park is flooded.
  • Kay and Hensley
    Kay and Hensley:
    September 20
    We are in NC. Fortunately we were not personally affected by the hurricane, but would love to team up with other RV’rs that can go to designated areas to help with recovery.
    • Karen and Steve Veneskey and 2 others like this.
    • Kay and Hensley
      Curtis
      September 20 Thanks for chiming in guys. :-)
  • Gale and Jerry Walton
    Gale and Jerry Walton:
    September 20
    I am in Kinston (Lenoir County) and available if I can help anyone. Located between New Bern and Goldsboro although I think our access to New Bern has been cut off this afternoon due to flooding.
    • Steve & Diane and 4 others like this.
    • Gale and Jerry Walton
      Curtis
      September 20 Thanks for posting. So great to have such loving people around here. :-)
  • Steve & Diane
    Steve & Diane :
    September 20
    For those of you who have Discover cards and want to contribute to the flood victims... You can use all or part of your CASH BACK BONUS to contribute. Merely log on to Discover.com and follow the directions. It is easy and simple.
  • RicknDeni
    RicknDeni :
    September 20
    Be aware there are many types of dangers in these flood waters.
    The horror: Fire ants spotted floating atop Carolina floodwaters | wcnc.com
  • Nana1
    Nana1:
    September 20
    Just joined can’t wait to start helping
  • Susan M. Davis
    Susan M. Davis :
    September 19
    If you have a heart to help with disaster relief but either can't get there yourself or you just aren't physically able to, may I suggest the following options. You can always send a few dollars to an organization that does this. My two favorites are ht...  more
    • Scott & Judy and 6 others like this.
    • Susan M. Davis
      Curtis
      September 19 Thanks Susan!
    • Susan M. Davis
      Randy & Sandy Wetzel
      September 19 I agree with Samaritans Purse. Witnessed their help with the B.C. fires, and generosity in inviting us for a huge free dinner - for the evacuees and firefighters- whilst driving down the Cassiar in B.C.
    • Susan M. Davis
      RVillaging With Ollie
      September 20 Thank you for sharing this! 
    • Susan M. Davis
      charles formby
      September 20 Ty for sharing!
  • Curtis
    Curtis:
    September 19
    For those interested, here is a comprehensive list of different organizations that people can donate to that will directly help those affected by the disaster at the local level. www.npr.org/2018/09/18/649238096/how-to-help-those-affected-by-hurri...  more
    How To Help Those Affected By Hurricane Florence  : NPR