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Sept. 30, 2022: Just hours after Hurricane Ian made landfall, volunteers began clearing debris from roadways and making routes for emergency responders.
Sept. 29, 2022: Greyshirts are deploying to the remote coastal village of Golovin which devastated in mid-September.
When Hurricane Irma came ashore in 2017, at least 65 homes—including 44 mobile homes—were destroyed in Collier County and another 1,008 suffered damage that exceeded 60% of the home’s value. Greyshirts helped repair many of them.
Armed with heavy equipment and chainsaws, volunteers prepare to provide route clearance and emergency relief after major hurricane makes landfall.
Free to cheap, these budget-friendly emergency preparedness tips can help anyone be better ready for a disaster or storm.
From half-full is empty to how to file a FEMA claim, four things hurricane survivors wish they’d known, and advice on how to improve your chances of survival and speedier recovery.
09/21/22: Disaster relief volunteers have begun arriving in Puerto Rico to assist with recovery efforts.
Expert intel on the biohazards found after a flooding disaster, advice on how to deal with them, and six tips for safely cleaning up when there’s mold.
UPDATE 09/20/22: Volunteers continue disaster relief operations in Eastern Kentucky devastated by summer floods.
5 things to help keep your pet safe and comfortable during a disaster.
From mold remediation to cutting wet drywall, these eight tips can help anyone expedite the recovery process after flooding.
Because disasters aren't taking a holiday, even Greyshirts and first responders need emergency plans. And disaster kits.
Seven steps for cleaning up and returning home safely after floodwaters recede.
In the hollers of Eastern Kentucky, community is everything. When flood waters rose in late July of 2022, one family was isolated from the rest of the world—and from much-needed medical treatment. Then came the community and some outsiders to change all that.
When it comes to disaster relief, everyday philanthropy—like rounding up purchases at checkout—is having great effect.
Thousands of flood survivors in Appalachia still need assistance. Here’s how to sign up and serve Kentucky, now. Plus: Answers to volunteering questions.
With more than 1,100 requests for assistance from flood survivors still unclaimed, Team Rubicon begins sending in additional volunteers. Plus: Volunteer for flood relief.
Here's a look at how, and where, Team Rubicon is responding to Kentucky flooding.
Veteran-led humanitarian organization increases international medical support and disaster response efforts.
Understanding humanitarianism, humanitarians, and the four principles that drive them.
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