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Hope After Hurricane Matthew

According to estimates by local authorities, flooding in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew has caused at least $1.5 billion in damages. From the impacts left behind by the storm, at least 26 people have died in our state alone. Over 100,000 homes and businesses were also affected. Recovering from Hurricane Matthew has been a slow, but steady effort by dedicated state officials, volunteers, and the local community.

Lenoir-Greene United Way

For those affected in Lenoir and Greene counties, the Lenoir/Greene United Way provides outreach to individuals and families and, through combined efforts, strives to prevent the duplication of effort while meeting the most needs throughout Lenoir County. The Unmet Needs Committee is a team supported by local businesses, faith community, and non-profit organizations to provide short-term relief and long-term recovery funding for agencies that offer services for unmet community needs following a disaster.

We are on a mission to support our friends at Lenoir/Greene United Way as they address the immediate needs of those struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Help us bring hope back to our community; we will donate $10 on your behalf for every friend or family member you can recommend for a no obligation quote!

Our agency will donate $10 to Lenoir-Greene United Way on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way, and we’ll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card.

Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!

To Make a Donation Directly CLICK HERE