A caring Christian presence in the aftermath of disaster.
Give to the NC Storm Response Fund.
Create a plan and build a disaster kit.
Learn how to prepare and respond to a disaster.
Send a team, help in the Call Center, or MERCI.
Disaster Response Efforts
Currently, there are no active Early Response Team or volunteer opportunities in the NC Conference. All of our recovery centers are now closed.
We encourage teams to consider UMCOR supported out-of-conference requests for assistance. If you choose to respond to one of these out-of-conference invitations, please notify the NC Conference Disaster Response Coordinator, Ann Huffman.
Kentucky & Tennessee-Western Kentucky Conferences
Support the joint tornado response effort of the Kentucky and Tennessee-Western Kentucky Conferences.
Assist the Hurricane Laura and Ida recovery efforts in Louisiana.
Western NC Conference
Help repair and rebuild homes affected by Tropical Storm Fred in Haywood County.
Give. Volunteer. Prepare.
NC Conference Disaster Ministries needs your help and your support as we work to rebuild homes, communities, and lives in the wake of recent disasters.
Stories of generosity in the midst of disaster. Listen to episodes of the NC Conference Disaster Ministries podcast.https://podcasts.subsplash.com/kyxy99z/podcast.rss
FEMA Public Assistance – Houses of Worship Workshop
NC Emergency Management and FEMA are hosting a virtual outreach workshop for Houses of Worship about FEMA Public Assistance for storm-related damages. The training will be held on April 27, 2022, from 1 pm – 5 pm. Register Now
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Disaster Ministries Training Retreat
On April 1 and 2, thirty-two Disaster Response Committee members and Early Response Team (ERT) leaders joined us in Goldsboro for a training retreat. Throughout the weekend, attendees learned about Disaster Ministries operations and received training to help prepare teams to respond to a disaster. The event commenced with an introduction from Disaster Ministries Director…
Disaster Response Updates and Volunteer Opportunities
Currently, there are no active Early Response Team or long-term recovery volunteer opportunities in the NC Conference. All of our Disaster Ministries recovery centers are now closed. We continue to monitor weather events and will post updates if needs arise. We encourage Early Response Teams and rebuilding teams to consider UMCOR supported out-of-conference requests for…
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Disaster Response Updates and Ongoing Efforts
Currently, there are no active Early Response Team or volunteer opportunities in the NC Conference. All of our long-term recovery centers are now closed. NC Conference Disaster Ministries continues to monitor weather events and will post updates if needs arise. We encourage Early Response Teams and rebuilding teams to consider UMCOR supported out-of-conference requests for…
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On December 10 and 11, several tornadoes caused extensive damage in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, and Tennessee. As the Conferences in these states assess the damage, develop response and recovery plans, and while we await an invitation to respond, NC Conference Disaster Ministries has offered to lend a laundry trailer and other equipment that…
Winter Weather Preparation
Here are steps you can take to prepare for the winter months ahead: Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Please contact your insurance company for more information. Prepare Your Property Weatherize your home to keep the cold air out…
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