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The spring flood season is quickly approaching and you need to be ready. Check out the WV Ready.Gov website for information that will help you prepare.
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Stay up to date on the water testing results throughout WV.
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WV VOAD Member Agencies and Businesses donated over $665,000.00 to the relief effort during the Water Crisis. Click here to see a complete report of the relief effort.
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WV VOAD Disaster Relief Fund
United Methodist Foundation
900 Washington Street, East
Charleston, WV 25301
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West Virginia VOAD is a humanitarian association of independent organizations that may be active in all phases of disaster. Its mission is to identify unmet needs and facilitate efficient, streamlined service delivery to those imperiled or impacted by disaster while eliminating duplication of effort through cooperation in the four phases of disaster: preparation, response, recovery and mitigation.
A massive storm dumped several inches of rain on several counties throughout West Virginia on June 13, 2013. Roane county experienced severe flooding that destroyed over 100 homes. Wirt county also experienced damaging winds. Volunteers are still working hard to help families recovery from this storm. If you would like to volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For disaster-related assistance:
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Please visit the West Virginia VOAD Media Gallery to some the of the latest photos and videos from the West Virginia VOAD.
Volunteer Opportunities with the West Virginia VOAD:
Currently Volunteer Opportunities exist with muck out and cleanup projects in Roane County, WV. If you would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions.
The first wall was lifted and was followed by a ceremony at the location of a new Habitat For Humanity house Tuesday afternoon at Dunlow. The house is being built for tornado victims Joshua and Vanessa Toney, and their 8-month-old son.
A crew from Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church, in Shepherdstown, W.Va., along with other people from the Dunlow community, raised the wall and will continue working on the house.