Thousands are still in need after devastating flooding in South Carolina.
The South Carolina Emergency Management webpage suggests that the most needed items include nonperishable foods, blankets, sheets, pillows, towels, diapers, baby wipes, baby formula, baby food, toothpaste, soap, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, mops, plastic flatware, buckets, rubber gloves, sponges and trash bags. Most needed: monetary assistance. www.scemd.org/recovery-section/donations-and-volunteers.
Local churches are still collecting items for flood victims in SC.
Thanks to the members and staff at High Rock Church in Lexington who are still collecting items to help the victims of the recent flooding in South Carolina. The church on Lowe’s Boulevard across from the Wal-Mart is a central collection point for all churches and community members in the Lexington area. http://goo.gl/SmvfPe
High Rock Church of Lexington 135 Lowe’s Blvd, Lexington NC
Collecting: Bottled water, food, cleaning supplies, toiletry items. Contact: Lynn Satterwhite 336-237-1126
The Bridge in Kernersville Donations being collected: Clothing and bottled water. Contact: Neil @ 996-6880
Marvin Ward Elementary 3775 Fraternity Church Road. Collecting bottled water for flood victims. Contact: Robin
American Red Cross https://goo.gl/iOqF3k
Salvation Army https://goo.gl/xK4nxi
Samaritans Purse Disaster Relief team http://goo.gl/42k7J2
God’s Pit Crew Crisis Response Team www.godspitcrew.org
Operation Blessing (CBN) http://www.ob.org/operation-blessing-responds-to-historic-flooding-in-south-carolina/
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