PLEASE DONATE - HELP THE PEOPLE OF THE CAROLINAS AS THIRD WAVE VOLUNTEERS BRINGS SUPPLIES, AID AND SOLAR LIGHTS.
Help bring relief to those in the most devastated areas affected by Hurricane Florence.
Catastrophic flooding is expected for much of the coastal Carolinas. Rainfall has already reached as many as 2 inches per hour In New Bern, North Carolina, around 200 people were rescued after being stranded in their homes overnight by rising water from the Neuse River, according to Mayor Dana Outlaw.
Another 150, including some trapped in second floors of homes or in attics, awaited rescue.
“Surviving this storm will be a test of endurance, teamwork, common sense and patience.” Gov. Roy Cooper warned, describing day after day of disastrous weather to come.