Do You Want to Volunteer?
If you or your group is looking to get involved in the disaster recovery assistance - to play a first-hand role in Craven County Disaster Recovery, become a volunteer. We welcome you to lend a hand and donate your time, skills and talents. To find out more on how to volunteer, please email email@example.com, visit our Volunteer Site HERE or click on the volunteer form below.
Join us in rebuilding homes, communities and lives.
Face Masks for CRAVEN
Craven County Disaster Recovery Alliance (CCDRA) in collaboration with the Neuse Forest Presbyterian Church has developed a network of volunteers to prepare and sew non-medical face masks with a filter layer that can be laundered and reused. They are being distributed to Emergency Management, home health care agencies, assisted living facilities and group home facilities for the disabled. Masks are distributed at no cost to the recipient. This volunteer position is able to be done from the safety of your own home with the only outside contact needed is to pick up and drop off supplies. For more information click HERE or fill out the volunteer form above.
LOOKING FOR CASE MANAGERS
Urgent Need! Craven County Disaster Recovery Alliance (CCDRA) meets regularly to assess the needs of Craven County residents following Hurricane Florence, Dorian, as well as the COVID-19 Pandemic. It will take years to put things back in order in Craven County.
CCDRA's Client Service Representatives will continue to help identify those still affected by Hurricane Matthew, Florence, Dorian, and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Yes, unfortunately there are many that were in the process or not yet helped from 2016. In the coming months, CCDRA will work closely with FEMA, State and local Emergency Management and others to identify those that will need help in their long-term recovery process. Join with us to help these families and our community!