Families in several counties in Eastern North Carolina need help repairing their homes which were damaged by Hurricane Florence.
Skill Set Needed:
It is most beneficial for your group to that have a couple of good skilled carpenters and the rest of the team to be hard workers willing to learn. Your group could do everything from roofs, insulation, sheetrock, trim, flooring, painting, siding, windows, electrical, plumbing and kitchen cabinets. There will always be something for everyone in the group to do as long as you have a teachable spirit.
Various locations in Eastern North Carolina
Rolling dates, contact us to learn more
Volunteers must be at least 14 years old to volunteer here. Volunteers under 18 years old are permitted to work on the construction site, but must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian at all times.
Possible Work Projects
Your group may be working on a variety or projects including repairing/replacing roofs, siding, windows and doors, insulating, dry walling, floors and doors, cabinets and vanities, trimming, painting, etc.
Accommodations and Meals
Because work is spread out across several counties, where you stay will depend on where you will be working. Housing will most likely be in a church. Most have bunk beds, all have showers or shower trailers, and kitchens to prepare your own meals.
There is no fee. You are welcome to leave a donation with the local recovery group with whom you will work; donations will help defray the cost of hosting volunteer groups. Your group is responsible for all costs associated with your trip.
Tools and Materials
All tools and materials are provided.
May be available at some locations.
Things to Bring:
- Bedding: sleeping bag/pillow/sheets/blanket
- Towel and bathroom items
- Work clothes
- Closed-toe shoes for job sites
- At least one pair of jeans/pants for some job sites
- Work gloves
- Casual clothing for “down-time”
- Bug spray
- Games/Frisbee/free time stuff
- Cooler with drinks for your job site