(Donations, Fund-raising, and Accounting) – Works to secure grants, donations and other resources for CCDRA and coordinates with other entities (e.g., manufacturers, suppliers, etc.) to secure donations and funding. Responsible for the financial controls and accounting of CCDRA.
CHAIR: Carol McClard
FISCAL AGENT: Sandra Phelps, United Way of Coastal Carolina
CASE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Reviews cases for submission to the Unmet Needs Committee. This committee also provides and/or marshals professionals to provide counseling to address emotional and spiritual needs of clients.
CHAIR: Antoinette Boskey, Boskey Enterprises
CO-CHAIR: Blake Wiggs, Craven County Schools
Oversees the coordination and scheduling of all rebuilding projects for cases approved by the CCDRA process – a project manager function.
CHAIR: Janet Amerson
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT COMMITTEE
Addressing the emotional and spiritual needs of individuals, families and communities can kindle important capacities of hope and resilience.
CHAIR: Jerry Egolf
Having a good communications strategy is essential for the success of a long term recovery group. The Communications committee has already produced an informational flyer for Hurricane Florence and has distributed them at MumFest and to other groups in the community active in disaster recovery.
CHAIR: Jami Turner, Coldwell Banker Willis-Smith
UNMET NEEDS COMMITTEE
Receives and acts on referrals from Case Management Committee. Consists of Members and non-members bringing money (cash financial support), materials (donations, equipment, supplies furniture, appliances, etc.), or muscle (volunteer labor crews and expertise) to meet the needs of individuals who have been served by the case management process.