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ColorOfChange.org 14m
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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Aaron Titus Nov 11
It made me physically ill to have to turn off the and hotlines tonight, knowing there are so many people who still need help, but the volunteer cleanup response just does not warrant keeping the hotline open any further.
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RedRover 45m
You’re never too young to put compassion into action! Michael & Maxwell wanted to help pet victims of and organized a bake sale for RedRover. Thank you, Michael and Maxwell! RedRover and the animals appreciate your kindness.
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Figo Pet Insurance Nov 12
Dr. Lee Pickett has practiced companion animal medicine for many years. She founded a safe haven for pets caught in domestic violence situations, and recently assisted pets and their people involved in .
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Partners In Ed 2h
Courtney Cartwright, Youth Director at Hooker Memorial Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Greenville, NC delivered School Kits for our students in Craven County who were affected by .
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John Smith 1h
They prob. the same ones who said N.C deserved for being a red state that doesn't believe in climate change, yet when ppl want to do something about it they get mad
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George Young 4h
Thank YOU Relief Concert 11/13 to benefit & other nonprofits to bring hope & care to families struggling in aftermath of flood damage
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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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Domtar 1h
To aid relief efforts, we donated diapers and money to and others. Learn more:
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Harvest Hope 24h
As we continue to help our neighbors after , we are thankful to our corporate donors such as , who donated gift cards to residents on Marlboro County.
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Mandy Cohen Nov 9
Continued assistance is available to those displaced by who received FEMA rental assistance. Find out if you qualify: Please spread the word if you know someone who still needs help!
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JDSmith @CitiIMPACT Ministries 43m
They have NO "Home for the Holidays" is so true for many American families now surviving & and the Read more & partner with to help these families now:
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Myra Morgan Nov 10
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Habitat for Humanity of Wake County 1h
, you rock! for your contribution in helping to support those affected by . We are proud to know that community partners like you are there to lend a helping hand for the families who need it most.
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Commonhouse Aleworks 3h
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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George Young 49m
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Rae Nov 12
Thank you, thank you, thank you for remembering this. I was a civilian remote volunteer for with and it's so hard to begin to even explain the magnitude of the destruction and the desperate need for help that they still have.
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Deirdre Reid 8h
Many eastern NC families will need help recovering from for weeks & months to come. Consider donating to , as they partner with local organizations to maximize relief efforts. Just $10 = 50 meals.
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Linda Salcfas, Emergency Management Director, Plum Nov 9
Tweet from TweetCaster - : Today is the LAST day for residents of , & to apply for help buying food after . You must apply in person TODAY & meet certain requirements. (1/2)
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Piyawat Jatuporn 3h
. 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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