Hurricane Florence has caused billions of dollars in damage in the Carolinas. Thousands are without power and many don't even have a home to go back to. Roads are flooded or washed out and the road to recovery is a long one. You can help by donating much needed items like non-perishable food, water, diapers and toiletries.

All donations can be dropped off at our studio at 9418 River Road in Marcy, Monday through Friday from 8-5. We'll make sure everything gets taken to those who need it most.

Items Needed:

Non-perishable food
Blankets
Diapers and wipes
Baby formula
Underwear
Feminine hygiene products
Toilet paper
Toiletries
Cleaning supplies

If you can deliver supplies or have questions, email Polly@BigFrog104.com. The deadline to drop off is Friday, September 28th at 5pm.

Other Ways to Help

Give blood! Over 100 blood drives have been cancelled in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. See where you can give blood.

Volunteer - Volunteers are needed in South Carolina and North Carolina after Hurricane Florence. "We need help maintaining and setting up sheltering facilities, registering clients, maintaining client information, serving meals, and general housekeeping. If you are willing to volunteer for a 6-12 hour shift, apply at RedCross.org or volunteer with the United Way.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has set up the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund. Donate by texing Florence to 20222 or mail a donation to:

North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund
20312 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699

To help in South Carolina, you can donate to the One SC Fund or mail donations to:

Central Carolina Community Foundation-One SC
2711 Middleburg Drive, Suite 213
Columbia, SC 29204

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