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#WVFlood: How to Help

July 2017 Flooding 

  • Donate: 
Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD) is a statewide collaborative among multiple direct response organizations. They have partnered with the United Methodist Foundation of WV to receive donations. You can make a donation by​ clicking here​

  • Volunteer: 
Hundred/Mannington area Volunteer Center
​​​​Help is needed to muck out and clean up homes, register volunteers, answer phones, and coordinate volunteer referrals. 

Old State Police Barracks (Across from High School)
58 Four Seasons Road
Hundred, WV
304-775-2430

Open: Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m

​Volunteer with Samaritan's Purse

To muck out and clean-up, stationed in Moundsville. 
Overnight housing is available for volunteers who commit to a minimum of 3-days work. 
Call 304-238-6472.

Volunteer with Christian Appalachian Project 
Volunteers to meet at the former Bishop Donahue High School in McMechan, 
325 Logan St, McMechen

Flood Clean-Up Call Center 
Volunteers needed to answer phones at the Flood Clean-Up Call Center in Belle. 

Hours: 9 to 5
Scheduling 4 hour shifts 

Location:
2700 East Dupont Ave
Suite 14
Belle, WV 

To volunteer, contact: 
Cathy Rennard at 304-928-9595

  • Need Help Cleaning Up?
1-800-451-1954 ; 1-844-983-5663

June 2016 Flooding 

Did you know that flood recovery often takes years? 

If you would like to volunteer, or have a group that would like to help please contact the Long Term Recovery Committee​ in the area you'd like to volunteer. 


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