Hurricane Dorian Relief Info

***Please visit emergency.nhcgov.com for the most current info***

Emergency Numbers

Emergency
9-1-1

 

NHC Public Information Line
(910) 798-6800

 

Duke Energy
(800) 419-6356

 

CFPUA
Water/Sewer Emergencies

(910) 332-6565

 

UNCW Emergency Info
(910) 962-3991
(888) 657-5751

 

CFCC Emergency Info
(877) 799-2322

Shelters

New Hanover County (tap for more info)

 

Blair Elementary (pet co-location shelter)
6510 Market St.
Wilmington, NC 28405

 

Codington Elementary School
4321 Carolina Beach Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28412

 

 

Brunswick County (tap for more info)

 

North Brunswick High School (pet friendly)
114 Scorpion Drive
Leland, NC

 

West Brunswick High School (pet friendly)
550 Whiteville Road
Shallotte, NC

 

South Brunswick High School (pet friendly)
280 Cougar Road
Boiling Spring Lakes, NC

 

 

Pender County (tap for more info)

 

Burgaw Middle School (pet friendly)
500 Wright St.
Burgaw, NC 28425

 

Malpass Corner Elementary School
4992 Malpass Corner Rd.
Burgaw, NC 28425

 

Topsail Elementary School
17385 US Hwy 17
Hampstead, NC

 

Cape Fear Middle School
1886 NC Hwy 133
Rocky Point, NC 28457

Food, Water, & Supplies

Food Distribution:

 

Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard

Northside Wilmington Food Pantry

315 Red Cross St

(910) 762-2199

 

Iglesias Vision 3-D Pentacostes

Central Wilmington Food Pantry

359 Mercer Ave

(910) 232-8640

 

Union Missionary Baptist Church

Eastside Wilmington Food Pantry

2711 Princess Place Dr

(910) 763-3006

 

House of Mercy @ Global River Church

Mid-Town Wilmington Food Pantry

4706 S College Rd

(910) 392-2899

 

Diapers, Feminine Hygiene, & Adult Incontinence Supplies:

https://ncdiaperbank.org/lower-cape-fear

Church Updates
  • Update as of Friday, Sept. 6 at 3pm: Thanks to the hard work of many folks around Winter Park, the building only experienced minimal water entry throughout Dorian, primarily in pre-existing,

  • Update as of Sept. 3 at 4:30pm: In light of Hurricane Dorian, Winter Park Staff have made the following decisions regarding the remainder of this week’s activities: Wed, 9/4 – Al

Donate Items
Vigilant Hope is collecting the following resources for distribution pre and post Hurricane Dorian:
-Packaged heat & eat meals like ravioli, hearty soups etc. (pop tops preferred)
-slim jims or soft jerky
-soft granola bars
-peanut butter crackers
-bottled water
-cereal
-baby wipes
-bug spray
Drop off donations at 1626 Lake Branch Drive Wednesday 9-2pm, Saturday 8-1pm, and Monday 7-12pm.

     

Winter Park Baptist Church

***Please visit emergency.nhcgov.com for the most current info***

Church Updates

Wednesday, September 26 – All Wednesday night activities canceled except Financial Peace University which will be meeting in the Office Conference Room at 6pm.

  • Sign up to volunteer – Volunteer Tasks for 3-16-19 1) Paint Ceiling and Walls in Steeple Vestibule 2) Hang Light Fixtures in Steeple Vestibule and Sanctuary Entry 3) Hang Sheetrock in

  • Though the locations may be new, Life U activities (minus the meal) will take place this Wednesday – hooray! Details below:   Children Children’s Handbells – 5:30pm &#

  • Late Monday, we received the hygienist’s report on the air quality in our church, and it wasn’t as positive as we hoped it would be.  Unfortunately, only 1/3 of our building is considered sa

Food, Water, & Supplies

Free Hot Meals Served Daily by NC Baptists on Mission

 

First Baptist Church Activity Center
1939 Independence Blvd, Wilmington, NC

Hot meals served for lunch and supper daily.  This is a drive-thru location.

 

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For the most current info, please visit: https://emergency.nhcgov.com/

 

I Want to Volunteer

Immediate Volunteer Needs:

 

Serving Meals with NC Baptist on Mission
• Need: 12 volunteers per meal that Winter Park is signed up to lead. (Subject to change as needed)
• Days:  Tues, Thursday, Saturday
• Times: 10am-1pm and 3pm-6pm
• Where: The First Baptist Activity Center on Independence
To volunteer: Please sign up here.

 

Donated Supplies Preparation with Catholic Charities at the Harrelson Center
• What: Receiving and sorting donated items so they can quickly be distributed
• Who: Must be able to lift some heavier items (cases of water, diapers, etc.)
• When: Mon – Fri 10:00am – 12:00pm (local drop offs) 12:00pm – 2:00pm (truck unloads)
• Where: The Harrelson Center parking deck

 

Yard Debris Removal and Mudouts
• What:
Helping community members who need a hand with yard clean up as well as mudouts of flood victims
• Who: Youth 15-17 (with parental help) and Adults 18-75
• When: Please contact the church office (910-791-4725) for upcoming dates.

 

Canvasing of Impacted Communities with Catholic Charities
• What: Collecting information door to door in New Hanover and Brunswick counties to determine needs in particular areas
• Who: Adults with transportation
• How: Must complete conversing training prior to serving
• When: Next dat TBA

 

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Long Term Volunteer Needs:

The impact of Florence will remain with our community for months and years to come. We have an on-going partnership with The Help Hub to provide assistance to our neighbors in need.
• What: Trained Volunteers to provide intake, admin support
• Who: Humble adults with a heart to serve
• When: Next Date TBA

Donate Items

Needed Donations (items)
Catholic Charities is collecting the following items.  Winter Park Baptist Church is a collection center for donated items, so please bring donations to the church office.

Items Needed:
• Water
• Non-perishable food
• Baby products (diapers, wipes, non-perishable food, formula)
• Cleaning supplies (paper towels, wipes, bleach, spray cleaner)
• $25 Speedway Gift cards (for gas)
• $25 Food Lion and Wal-Mart Gift cards (for food)
• Toiletries (toilet paper, feminine products, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, shaving cream, razors)
• New socks, new underwear (especially children’s), new undershirts
• NO clothing, furniture or other items please.

I Need Help (trees, limbs, repairs, etc.- not financial)

If you have a need such as yard work and mudout, please go to the First Baptist Activity Center and speak with the NC Baptist on Mission team.

Emergency Numbers

Life Threatening Emergencies Only

911

 

Non-Emergency 911

(910) 452-6120

 

NHC Public Information Hotline

(910) 798-6800

For questions, information, and non-life threatening emergencies

 

Red Cross

(800) 733-2767

(919) 231-1602

 

Disaster Distress

(800) 985-5990

 

FEMA

(800) 621-3362

(800) 462-7585 (TTY)

 

Pet Assistance

(916) 429-2457

info@redrover.org

www.redrover.org

 

 

For the most current info, please visit: https://emergency.nhcgov.com/

Shelter Facilities

Hoggard High School

4305 Shipyard Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28403

 

 

For the most current info, please visit: https://emergency.nhcgov.com/

Utilities & Roads

Please use the following numbers to report issues as indicated:

 

Trees or Limbs Blocking Roads

(910) 341-7852

This number is for reporting downed trees and limbs blocking roads within Wilmington city limits. If no one answers, please leave a message.

 

Flooding or Stormwater Issues

(910) 341-4646

This number is for reporting flooding or stormwater issues within Wilmington city limits. If no one answers, please leave a message.

 

Flooding or Stormwater Issues

(910) 341-4646

This number is for reporting flooding or stormwater issues within Wilmington city limits. If no one answers, please leave a message.

 

Power Outages & Downed Power Lines

800-419-6356

Please call Duke Energy Progress at the number above to report downed power lines or power outages.

 

 

For road closures & travel information, please visit:

 

New Hanover County Road Information

NCDOT Travel Info

 

 

For the most current info, please visit: https://emergency.nhcgov.com/

Stories of Hope

How Have You Seen God Moving?

 

Together…as we work to recover from the storm, let’s share the many ways we have seen God at work.  Take a moment to share how you have seen God moving using the link below:

 

SHARE YOUR STORY: https://goo.gl/VRNWtv

Donate Financial Gifts

100% of donations to the WPBC Florence line will be used for recovery efforts and victims.  Thank you for your tax-deductable donation!

Choose “Hurricane Fund”.