Hurricane Matthew - How to Help
Hurricane Matthew continues to take its toll on the families of North Carolina. With towns still underwater and without power, the need for our community to pull together is as great as it has ever been. And we've been blessed to see how powerful neighbors helping neighbors can be but there is still so much work to be done. Thanks to Cumulus Broadcasting, caring citizens, and gracious donors, we have an abundance of donations that we need to get out to our neighbors in need. Here's how you can help!
October 17th - 21st
9am - 4pm
Come by the Fayetteville Urban Ministry office at 701 Whitfield St. and help out in our Emergency Assistance Program as we work to prepare donations for our Food Pantry and Clothing Closet to be given out to flood victims and neighbors in need. If you are an individual seeking to help please fill our our volunteer application form. If you are coming as a group, please be sure to sign in at the front desk.
Hanelly Estrella - Operations Manager
Making a Donation
Now Accepting Food, Clothing, & Monetary Donations
To make a food or clothing donation, come by the Fayetteville Urban Ministry office at 701 Whitfield St. between 9am and 4pm. To make a monetary donation, visit our office on Whitfield St. or make a donation online here.
Austin Duke - Community Outreach Coordinator