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Hurricane Florence Recovery is Underway

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Dear Allies for Good,

After an oh-so-long week of prepping and waiting, for most of our state, Hurricane Flo was thankfully a “No Go!” How blessed are we!
 
With family and property safe, let’s get to work helping those who have not fared as well. First step is being in the know. That’s where Together SC comes in. 
 
Below you will find resources for how each and every one of us can "Lend a Hand" to those hardest hit by Hurricane Florence. Please continue to check our social media channels for updates on this long-term work.

A really big shout out to the many members helping with recovery efforts. Thank you for all you do.

Recovery efforts from the impact of Hurricane Florence will be long term. Please follow us on Facebook as updates will be shared until help is no longer needed. #OneCarolina

Your Ally for Good,

Madeleine


Madeleine McGee, President Together SC

Tags:  disaster relief  Hurricane Florence  National Hurricane Center  natural disaster 

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Hurricane Matthew Preparation

Posted By SCANPO, Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Earlier today Governor Nikki Haley declared a state of emergency and ordered evacuations for coastal regions, asking residents to relocate at least 100 miles inland.

In order to allow our members and guests the necessary time to prepare for an evacuation, we have canceled tomorrow's member gathering (Oct. 5) at the Gibbes Museum in Charleston. We were excited to see so many of you and will certainly reschedule this special event. Look for new details in the coming days. Our Midlands Board Leadership Summit is still on for next Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Two keys to weather safety are to prepare for the risks and to act on those preparations when alerted by emergency officials. To help our members with preparations, we have compiled a few helpful resources.

If you are a SCANPO member providing direct services during and after this storm, let us know and we'll be sure to share the information on social media.

Be safe everyone!

#SCStrong

Tags:  Department of Homeland Security  FEMA  Hurricane Matthew  National Hurricane Center  TechSoup 

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