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North Carolina Central University Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

North Carolina Central University Eagles soar when called to action. Members of the university community have heard and seen many urgent needs for support in the wake of this crisis. The impact of Hurricane Florence has taken several lives and devastated many counties in North Carolina.

“In Truth and Service”: NC Central has been busy planning and executing several projects to provide support and relief to those in need. Please help our campus by joining us in our #NCStrong campaign.

Student Support

Although NCCU is 100% operational, Hurricane Florence affected many of our students. Hundreds of our students are from the southern and eastern counties hit hardest and still recovering from the aftermath of this massive storm. Let’s show how the NCCU family supports our Eagle students!

If someone you know is experiencing signs of distress, seek help by contacting the National Suicide HelpLine: 1-800-273-TALK, the NCCU Police Department at (919) 530-6106 or the local police (911). Staff in the Counseling Center are available during normal business hours in the Student Health Building, (919) 530-7646, or through the NCCU Police after hours (919-530-6106).

Below are links for available student-related resources:

Community Support

Are you ready to make a difference? The state of North Carolina needs volunteers. To learn more about volunteer opportunities and resources available, visit https://www.nc.gov/volunteer

On Campus Volunteer Opportunities

Eagle Pride Blood Drive

Blood donations are always one urgent need after disasters.

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1801 Fayetteville Street, Baynes Hall

Sept. 20, 2018: 12-5:30 p.m.

Weekend Warrior Outreach to Support Victims of Hurricane Florence: Sept. 21-23, 2018

NCCU’s Division of Student Affairs’ Office of Spiritual Development and Dialogue, in collaboration with other university departments as well as student-led and community organizations, invites you to support university-wide disaster relief efforts by donating supplies for disaster relief kits and by volunteering your time. Supplies needed include: hygiene items, cleaning supplies and school kits. 

Donations can be dropped off in bins located in the lobby of the A.E. Student Union from Friday, Sept. 21, through Sunday, Sept. 23. On Sunday, students are urged to participate in the Weekend Warrior Outreach Packaging Party in the A.E. Student Union from 1:30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Volunteers will be packaging donated items for delivery to families impacted by the hurricane.

Published: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
by Associate Vice Chancellor, Ayana D Hernandez

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