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Ashley Bissette Sumerel 6h
It’s been two months since hit Wilmington. Things are still a mess. There are still piles of debris everywhere, including piles of furniture and other belongings on the side of the road. So many people are still displaced.
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HUDSoutheast 5h
The Recovery and Emergency Support teams are here at the JFO in Durham, NC assisting federal disaster response. From Left: Ann Gravier, Region X; Roger Jacobs, R. VIII; Chance Travis, R. VII, Sheila Daniels, HHQ; Terry Ware, R.VIII; David Railey, R. IV
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Marrio Jeter Nov 13
Now Jervay ☹️😡
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Myra Morgan Nov 10
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Akilah Davis Nov 13
Here’s a pic of how left one neighborhood. As the holidays approach, many residents are still rebuilding and unable to afford buying Christmas gifts. At 10/11 the agency that’s coming to the rescue for those families.
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ColorOfChange.org Nov 11
A mother's child was swept away by . And is choosing to prosecute her while she grieves her loss. How disgusting and cruel. This is state violence. Tell the DA: Drop all charges against and .
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Dave Wickstrom Nov 12
Our After Action Report is out from our agencies response to . Big thank you to all that served and are continuing to serve. We hope this report will help me a positive change in the future.
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Lord Dampnut 23h
begins 2,000 years of them bourne by President Moon, a great American Economy” Read more:
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Randy Aslett 9h
It’s been fun North Carolina and Florida but after nearly two months in the field it’s time to head home to be with my family.
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Commonhouse Aleworks Nov 13
We are honored to have been asked by to collaborate on a beer where the proceeds go to support relief in North and South Carolina. Thank you guys for…
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ActionPoint Nov 13
. wanted to get a better idea on the impact could have on banks - so it turned to Qlik. Checkout some of the insights the dashboard revealed:
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RAFI-USA Nov 13
Sally Lee on stage receiving a sponsorship check for RAFI-USA’s hurricane recovery work from the at the Concert for Relief!
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Branik 5h
A little light reading while it’s slow at work
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ECU 5h
., + brought incredible energy to Minges Coliseum last night for the Relief Concert. Thank you all for bringing your talents back to + Greenville to help ! 📸 gallery:
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PAR, Inc. 8h
Were you affected by Hurricanes Florence or Michael? We would like to help.
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Indiana Task Force 1 9h
Thank you for the gifts from our Brothers & Sisters at New Hanover County Fire Department in North Carolina whom we worked side by side with conducting rescues during Hurricane Florence. Our bond will be forever!
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Deirdre Reid, CAE 10h
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ECU 11h
Thank you to the for their $25,000 contribution that will help the resilient people who are helping recover from . We appreciate your support!
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Rosie Bond 24h
flooded half this town. Two months later, it remains united.
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George Young Nov 13
THANKS Chef Vivian Howard for participating in Relief Concert pre-event
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